This is a thrilling story of a young woman, Nikita (Parillaud), who
Compared to the previously issued, non-anamorphic DVD, this new anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a drastically improved picture, though image quality is not pristine. The picture is generally sharp, with fine detail occasionally well rendered. Film grain is revealed throughout. A bit of pixelization is noticed, and images occasionally shimmer with aliasing artifacts. Overall, the picture is much preferred to the previous DVD, but lacks the polished look of other anamorphic DVDs available today. (Suzanne Hodges)
The English-language soundtrack is re-mastered Dolby
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