Based on a true story, The Dish is a spirit-lifting comedy about an unconventional group of Australian scientists who man a satellite dish inauspiciously located on a remote sheep farm. On the eve of Apollo 11
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a nicely rendered picture, with generally sharp and detailed images. Colors are warm and well balanced, with accurate fleshtones, and deep blacks. Overall, the color scheme gives the picture an easy-on-the-eyes appearance. Some scenes are softly focused, but add to the nostalgic setting of the movie. Three is a bit of pixelization and edge enhancement detected, but nothing that is too distracting (Suzanne Hodges)
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