Searching for insight into his alcoholic, suicidal father
The anamorphically enhanced 2.33:1 DVD exhibits fairly deep blacks and decent shadow delineation, but images can look slightly too contrasted and fleshtones are too red. Details are not delivered with as much clarity as in the best transfers, and pixilation can make a mess of many scenes. Whites are often bloomy, and edge enhancement is noticeable throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
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