Margot (Kidman) is a successful author of short stories, who travels to her childhood home in order to attend her estranged sister Pauline
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD has a dim appearance, and when combined with the poor black levels, the image can be difficult to watch. The image has an unnaturally green hue. Shadow delineation is poor, with details in the darker scenes looking flat. The entire image has a hazy appearance. Resolution isn
Reason #114 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I appreciate the technical nature of your DVD reviews; that is, the way you rate the sound and picture quality of newly released DVDs. The reviews in most other magazines are concerned not with how good the DVD is, but with just the film itself: quality of the script, actors' performances, etc., all of which are subject to the critic's personal tastes, which may be wildly different from my own.