Controversial, cultish and 1970s cool, Two-Lane Blacktop takes us on an American journey with two drag-racing drifters vieing for each others
The anamorphically enhanced 2.30:1 DVD, viewed in component video exhibits a picture that is just shy of full color saturation, noticeable in black levels. The picture is sometimes sharp, but lacks detail and clarity. Contrast and shadow delineation are mediocre, with little visual information in the darker scenes. The picture has a dated appearance, with exterior scenes appearing washed out. Minor artifacts are apparent, but there is no distracting pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
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