Includes audio commentary, the isolated score, a featurette on the migration experiments involving geese and ultralight aviation, an informative documentary featuring Lishman, an HBO making-of special, and filmographies.
Fly Away Home is a heartwarming tale based on the autobiography by Bill Lishman. Thirteen year-old Amy (Paquin) and her estranged father (Daniels) are suddenly reunited after her mother dies. Not knowing how to relate to her artist/inventor dad, the grieving Amy
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is absolutely gorgeous, with images that are sharp and exquisitely detailed. Colors are very naturally rendered throughout. The only distraction from this gorgeous picture is the appearance of edge enhancement. Compared to the LaserDisc, the DVD is preferred for improved definition and color fidelity. (Suzanne Hodges)
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