Replaced with catalog number 06196, which featured a modified soundtrack.
Pity the poor Americans. Their sensibilities are so fragile that a full 24 minutes of
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a great transfer of this engulfing movie. Compared to LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 14, the DVD exhibits greater depth and definition. The stylized color scheme varies but often exhibits golden hues that are nicely balanced with deep blacks. Though the picture is not free from minor edge enhancement or occasional aliasing, the DVD will surely please with its solid character. Compared to the previous DVD of "The Professional," there are some scenes on this version in which shimmering is apparent (Chapter 12, Jean Reno
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