When siblings Jon and Wendy Savage (Linney, Hoffman) are informed that their estranged father is suffering from senile dementia, they both travel from New York to Arizona to collect him. Far from being a perfect family, The Savages must deal with the fact that their father, who abandoned them as children, now needs both their love and assistance. As Jon and Wendy experience complete upheaval over how to handle their father
The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD exhibits blown-out contrast, with whites that bloom. Black levels are generally adequately deep, but they occasionally look hazy. Shadow delineation can also be lacking at times. The picture is overly noisy, and fleshtones generally look orange and unnatural. Edge enhancement isn
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