The segments labeled as documentaries on the jacket are, in fact, interviews with director Geoffrey Wright.
From the opening scene where a band of skinheads brutally attack three young Vietnamese in a Queensland, Austrailia train station, you know that Romper Stomper is a film you won
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD does not have the smooth, spit-shined look of newer anamorphically enhanced titles, but overall image quality is good. While images are sharp, a softer, smeared quality is occasional. Colors are balanced, but with a slightly muted, stylized look, perhaps intended to enhance the subject matter. Some scenes are harshly contrasted. There is no intrusive edge enhancement, though occasionally noticeable. Film grain and source element artifacts are evident. (Suzanne Hodges)
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