With blue tones prevalent throughout most of the film, the anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a dramatic color scheme that is otherwise nicely balanced. Hues are rich and solid with deep blacks. Images are sharp and finely detailed, with excellent contrast and shadow delineation throughout. Nothing in the picture stands out as being distracting, though the occasional artifact appears. The picture is very solid and will surely please.
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