Five people find their lives forever changed when they are forced into a convoluted nightmare of intense and puzzling occurrances after a deadly automobile accident between Ren
The 1.85:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced and exhibits a soft, smeared picture. Colors are rich and generally well balanced, with fleshtones that appear slightly orange, blacks are deep and endless. Contrast is a bit low, with the darker scenes wanting in definition, and the overall picture appearing
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