Nomimated for a Best Actor Academy Award
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits good quality, with the black & white scenes exhibiting a nice gray scale. Images are sharp throughout the film, with fine facial and background detail presented. The picture is beautifully rendered with solid, balanced colors, accurate fleshtones and deep, pure blacks. Sometimes, the stylized colors are nicely monochromatic. Fine film grain is revealed off and on throughout the movie, but pixelization and aliasing are kept to a minimum.
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