Special features include a commentary track by Director Anand Tucker, seven deleted scenes available with optional commentary by Tucker and Producer Elizabeth Karlsen, the original theatrical trailer, and previews.
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For sexual content, thematic material, and breif strong language
When Did You Last See Your Father? explores the complexities of a father-and-son relationship, which shifts and evolves over decades. When Blake Morrison (Firth) was young, he was often embarrassed by his physician father Arthur (Broadbent), who had a penchant for using his status to gain entry into clubs he didn
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD delivers inconsistent black levels, which are typically deep and well defined, but occasionally elevated with poor definition. Near-black information is crushed for the most part, but there is still some detailing in the shadows. The color scheme is dominated by greens and browns, and colors in general are too bright. Fleshtones have a green appearance throughout. Resolution is relatively soft, and compression artifacts can be recognized throughout; color banding can be noticed as well. Edge enhancement is relatively minor, and is not a big distraction. (Danny Richelieu)
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