Harry (Cooper) and Pat (Clarkson) have a nice respectable Married Life, or so it would seem to anyone who knows them. But, when Harry meets Kay (McAdams), a lovely young lady, he falls helplessly in love and feels he must have her. Having decided that a divorce would cause his lovely wife too much pain, Harry opts to kill Pat instead. When Harry's best friend Richard (Brosnan) meets Kay, love and friendship are contemplated as Harry also falls in love with her, wishing to have Kay for himself. Based on the book Five Roundabouts To Heaven by John Bingham. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD shows good resolution, with fine details defined very well. Black levels are elevated, but shadows are still nicely detailed. There is spurious noise that does not look like film grain, and there are occasional flecks of dirt noticeable. Additionally, pixel breakup can be a distraction. Colors are muted, with a desaturated appearance. Fleshtones are redder than natural. Edge enhancement, though, is not a problem. (Danny Richelieu)
Even though dialogue is encoded at fairly low levels, making it difficult to hear at times, the Dolby
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