Me Myself I stars Rachel Griffiths as Pamela Drury, who, on her 30th birthday, realizes that she may have made a mistake turning down Robert Dickson
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a generally good picture, with images that are sharp and detailed, but fine background detail and clarity are lacking. Colors are balanced and fully saturated, with nicely rendered fleshtones and deep undefined blacks. Some fine film grain is revealed. The appearance of edge enhancement can be distracting, and pixelization is detected as well. The picture is often wanting in dimension and a more solid, open appearance, but should be generally pleasing.
The Dolby(r) Digital 5.1-channel soundtrack features fine fidelity and a soundfield experience that adequately delivers. The soundstage projects an image that is amply wide and deep with subtle yet fairly effective surround envelopment. Dialogue is nicely recorded, and sounds natural with good spatial integration. The music is also a good recording, with an impressive low-end, but penetration into the listening space is limited. Deep bass is significant at times with .1 LFE engagement.
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