Eye Of The Needle, based on the novel by Ken Follett, is an erotically charged thriller combining romance and intrigue in World War II-torn England. When a villainous German spy known as
While not anamorphically enhanced, the 1.85:1 DVD exhibits dramatic improvements in sharpness and contrast over the LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 24. Viewed alone, the picture is generally sharp and defined, with nicely rendered contrast. While shadow delineation is good, many of the darker scenes appear undefined. Colors are well balanced, with generally accurate fleshtones and deep blacks. There are minor aliasing problems noticed on occasion. Artifacts and film grain inherent in the source element are revealed. (Suzanne Hodges)
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