Ian (McGregor) and Terry (Farrell) Blaine are two working-class brothers who dream of a better life, one free of debt and financial hardships. When Terry wins big at the track by betting on a speedy greyhound named Cassandra
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a hazy quality, but colors are nicely balanced and fleshtones look natural. Resolution is impressive, with fine details delivered nicely. Black levels are somewhat milky, but good shadow delineation helps create a sense of dimensionality in the image. Bright colors are delivered nicely with good saturation. Pixel breakup and compression artifacts are rarely noticeable, and edge enhancement isn
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