TV addict, the widowed Mrs. Sara Goldfarb (Burstyn), has just received word that she
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits intriguing visuals that intentionally vary in image quality in a very artistic sort of way. Images are soft overall, but many scenes are crisp with excellent detail. Colors are well balanced, with natural fleshtones and generally deep blacks, though at times the picture exhibtis slight undersaturation. For the film
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