The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD, appropriately, has a documentary look. Most of the black and white scenes are revealing of excessive film grain. Some color scenes are undersaturated and grainy as well. Others are solid and natural, with balanced colors and fleshtones and deep blacks. Some of the interviews are softly focused. Due to the film's subject, the picture is of varying quality, but those who view it will not be focusing on image quality.
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