New girl Sarah (Tunney) tries to fit in among a tightly knit student body of a Catholic high school. Three other outcasts, Nancy (Balk), Bonnie (Campbell) and Rochelle (True), barely fitting in with each other, find a power when Sarah joins their secret circle
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is beautiful. There really are no differences between this DVD and the previously released DVD. Images are sharp and detailed, with occasionally soft backgrounds. Color fidelity is excellent, with balanced fleshtones, rich hues, and deep, pure blacks. Shadow delineation is superb, with a natural gradation of visual information in the darker scenes. Occasional enhancement is noticed, but never is too much of a distraction.
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