"Hell Hath No Fury" is the story of one woman (Nina Bergman) who single-handedly takes on the might of the German war machine, the French resistance, and a band of U.S. infantrymen. Branded a traitor by her countrymen, French national Marie
DuJardin is rescued by American soldiers on one condition: to survive, she must lead them to a cache of gold––before the Nazis return to claim it for themselves. (Gary Reber)
Special features include a trailer and upfront previews.
The 2.39:1 1080p AVC picture, reviewed on a Sony Bravia Z9D 4K
Ultra HD HDR display, upconverted to 2160p with greater resolution and luminance, was photographed digitally using the Arriflex digital camera system and sourced from a 2K master Digital Intermediate format. The picture exhibits a natural appearance. The color palette is hued with earthy tones as the setting is largely in the French countryside in a cemetery. Other scenes take place in an automobile and a residence, all with a very natural look, including the flashback sequences featuring Marie and her German SS officer lover. Fleshtones appear realistic. Contrast is generally acceptable. Black levels are deep and shadows are revealing, White levels are limited due to the settings. Resolution is good, with fine facial features detailed as well as clothing and objects. Overall this is a satisfying visual experience, (Gary Reber)
The DTS-HD Master Audio™ 5.1-channel soundtrack features
a great orchestral score that extends wide and deep across the soundstage and to the surrounds with strong enveloping energy. Atmopherics are natural sounding, such as birds and a stream near the cemetery. The ambient environmental sounds deliver a realistic ambience as well as din. Sound effects mainly consist of handgun, rifle and machine gun fire, and bomber airplanes and bomb drops and explosions, all of which sound realistic. Dialogue is largely ADR and well recorded with excellent fidelity in English, German and French. This is a satisfying soundtrack set within World War II with convincing atmospheric environmental effects and music. (Gary Reber)