Seth Davis (Ribisi) is a college dropout and a disappointment to his father (Rifkin) even though he runs a successful
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a picture that can be quite pleasing. Images are sharp, with excellent shadow delineation, but fine detail is wanting (perhaps due to the filtered colors). Some scenes appear filtered with blues and others with golden hues and colors that appear smeared and undefined. Colors are otherwise generally balanced throughout, though stylized, with accurate fleshtones and deep, pure blacks. Some scenes are overly contrasted with backlighting that drowns out the visuals. Film grain is revealed throughout. Minor artifacts, pixelization and edge enhancement are also noticed.
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