For the fourth time, Barry Levinson invites us to experience Baltimore, Maryland in the 1950s. In Liberty Heights, we see what life was like through the Kurtzmans, a close-knit Jewish family who are struggling to cope with the tremendous social changes happening in the United States. Parents Ada and Nate don
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD looks really good, with balanced colors that are rich and vibrant. Images are sharp and finely detailed, with good contrast and shadow delineation. The picture has a very rich appearance with few distractions in the way of pixelization or artifacts. Occasionally the picture is wanting in definition, with colors appearing a bit oversaturated and darker scenes seeming a bit smeared. Overall, this is a rich, pleasing picture.
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