The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a pleasing picture with sharp and detailed images. Natural lighting, exterior scenes and candlelit interiors are beautifully presented. Colors are rich and fully saturated, with balanced fleshtones and deep blacks. Fine detail is wanting, as some bleeding occurs throughout the picture. The nighttime scenes where the main characters hide out in the first half of the movie seem to be lit by only one candle, but shadow delineation appears natural and appropriately dark. Though definition is a bit wanting, there are few distractions in the way of pixelization or edge enhancement.
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