Includes audio commentary with director Bruno Barreto and star Amy Irving, a making-of featurette, a deleted scene with optional commentary, the isolated music score, cast and crew biographies, the theatrical trailer, and three bonus trailers.
The original October 10 release (Catalog Number 05271) was replaced with the December 26 release (Catalog Number 06365).
A fine ensemble cast of well-known Brazilian stars
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits generally good quality throughout. Images are sharp and detailed, with good background definition. Colors can be nicely balanced, but seem a bit exaggerated with fleshtones that occasionally appear orange. Still, hues are solid, with little chroma noise. Depth and clarity are often nicely rendered. The picture has a very solid quality, with few distractions, though some may find the occasionally exaggerated colors to be bothersome. (Suzanne Hodges)
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