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Video: How Does The Disc Look?
This 1080p transfer is sharp, with strong textural detail and vibrant colors. There is a bit of edge enhancement and aliasing here and there, but in its best scenes the movie genuinely looks terrific. Stylistically, the film has patches of intentionally rough-looking footage, but these are presented on this Blu-ray Disc appropriately. But grain is handled deftly here - it's a far warmer image overall than it ever was on DVD - and black levels are steady from start to finish.
Audio: How Does The Disc Sound?
In many scenes, especially those set in swamps, the movie has aggressive surround ambience, yet whiz-bang separation effects are few until the last half-hour, where this DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound mix becomes a little more active. The track is well recorded and mixed, and is presented with solid fidelity. The two car crash scenes have the deep bass hits you'd expect from them, and some of the musical score also digs deep into the lower registers.
English SDH and Spanish subtitles are included.