In Helen Hunt's directorial debut, Then She Found Me, Public School Teacher April Epner (Hunt) is having a bad couple of days
Although details can appear soft, the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD can show decent resolution. Contrast is somewhat low, and colors are washed out. The color scheme is dominated by greens, browns, and golds, and fleshtones are too pink. Black levels are elevated, and there is excessive noise noticeable in the darker scenes. Shadows are somewhat flat, and shimmering artifacts are noticeable. Edge enhancement generally isn
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