It all starts with this huge diamond. And these guys dressed up like Hasidic Jews, led by Franky Four Fingers (Del Toro), Snatch this huge diamond
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a slylized picture with colors that appear desaturated, but perfectly complement the mood of the film. That said, hues are well balanced and nicely resemble the intentions of the filmmakers. The picture is solid, with good sharpness and detail. There is a bit of edge enhancement noticed at times. Source element artifacts are infrequent. Fine details shimmer on occasion, but overall this is a pleasantly gritty visual experience. (Suzanne Hodges)
The audio presentation features a dynamic, spatially aggressive music recording that is energetic and fully surrounds the listener. Its dimensional distribution can be rather creative at times, and sometimes also purposely focused toward the frontal soundstage. The Dolby
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