James Porter (Lawrence) is by all accounts a doting, protective parent who has put much thought into his daughter's further education, having chosen nearby Northwestern University when his beloved Melanie (Symon
The anamorphically enhanced 2.39:1 DVD appears somewhat soft, but there are few compression artifacts to distract from the image. Black levels are deep and shadow delineation is good. Fleshtones appear natural, and contrast is balanced well. Colors are slightly desaturated, but there are many bold colors used. Edge enhancement is noticeable throughout, but it isn
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