Special features on Disc One include commentary with Director Edward Zwick and the theatrical trailer, plus up-front previews. Disc Two has four featurettes: Blood On The Stone (50 minutes), Becoming Archer (8-1/2 minutes), Journalism On The Front Line (five minutes), and Inside The Siege Of Freetown (10-1/2 minutes); and Nas
Snatched from his simple life, Solomon Vandy (Hounsou) is forced to mine for diamonds under the sweltering South African sun where he discovers
With deep blacks and good shadow delineation, the darkest scenes in the anamorphically enhanced 2.38:1 DVD can look good. Resolution is also good, but the finest details are not as well defined as on the best captures. In bright outdoor scenes, the image can be too highly contrasted, but is not consistently so. The color scheme is generally void of bright colors, but the greens of the forests are rendered well. Fleshtones look healthy, with a subtle reddish tone that doesn
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