The oil-dependent countries of the world are in for a Crude Awakening when our fossil fuel supplies dwindle and dry up. In this insightful documentary the world
As a combination of many different sources over a wide range of years, the picture quality of the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD is understandably hit or miss. Original interviews indoors look very good, with nicely captured details, natural fleshtones, and solid dimensionality. Edges can look slightly too digital at times, but edge enhancement is not a problem. Some recorded interviews outdoors, however, have poor contrast balance and look decidedly less natural. (Danny Richelieu)
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Iíve been reading WSR since Issue 1. I have never had any problem, any misunderstanding, or any doubt about their published articles or interviews. They are absolutely thrust full. The articles look like a Master Business Course. It is a fantastic well-written magazine with brilliant topics, thanks to the capacity of the editors and their teams. Years ago, I discussed this in Las Vegas with a George Lucas THX engineer, and at the end of two hours he agreed with me. My information was based on all the WSR issues I had read.