This coming-of-age drama follows three life-long friends in 1980
The anamorphically enhanced 2.36:1 DVD generally looks soft, with little in the way of fine details. Contrast is generally nicely rendered but colors are generally muted and the color palette is limited. Fleshtones can look pasty and undefined. Black levels are fairly deep, but not purely black. Shadow delineation isn
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