Extras include a 25-minute making-of featurette, a Dune Gallery in three parts: costume design, production design, and an essay on the filming of the movie by Vittorio Storaro. There are also biographies, production notes, and forced ads on both discs of this two-disc set.
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Disappointingly, the made-for-TV movie is not anamorphically enhanced. While images are generally sharp, finer background details are often smeared. The 1.78:1 picture seems to be lacking dimension, as images are somewhat
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