Sara Gilbert is terrific as Sylvie Cooper, the rich, misunderstood teenager looking for a friend. What exactly she finds is Ivy (Barrymore), who
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD, viewed in component video, exhibits a sharp and detailed picture that is generally pleasing throughout. Colors are rich and solid, with accurate fleshtone rendering and deep, pure blacks. Sometimes hues are filtered for mood with cold blues or rich reds. Contrast and shadow delineation are quite pleasing throughout. Minor pixelization is apparent, but edge enhancement calls attention to itself when present.
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