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When compared to the previously released non-anamorphic DVD (Issue 47), this new anamorphically enhanced DVD (framed in its 2.20:1 70mm theatrical aspect ratio) exhibits a much better version of this beautifully shot movie. Transferred from a 65mm interpositive, the picture is much cleaner, with sharp and detailed images. Contrast appears to be more balanced, allowing for improvements in detail and definition. Colors are rich and warm, but do not appear oversaturated as with the previous DVD. Blacks appear slightly weak at times. While some minor shimmering is noticed in finer details (for instance in the rock drawings), moir
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