The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD picture exhibits a warm, easy-on-the-eyes color scheme with lots of reds and browns, lending an aged characteristic to the setting of the movie. Hues are well balanced, with deep blacks. The picture is sharp and generally detailed, but fine details are limited. Edge enhancement is noticed, and is at times very distracting. Pixelization occasionally gives a
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