Also available in a Columbia TriStar Double Feature DVD Set containing both the 1954 and 1999 editions.
Still based on the novel by Graham Greene, the 1999 version of the classic tearjerker, The End Of The Affair, just like the 1954 original, once again takes us to England during the start of the Second World War. Sarah Miles (Moore) is still restless and bored with her marriage, and once again (you
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD has a soft appearance giving the picture a classic quality that enhances the setting of the film. Though soft and slightly hazy, images are solid throughout. Colors are rich and warm, with nicely balanced fleshtones and deep, undefined blacks. Shadow delineation and contrast are excellent. The picture is easy on the eyes, with no pixelization or edge enhancement. (Suzanne Hodges)
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