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Video: How Does The Disc Look?
I was expecting Saboteur to be the least impressive film on this compilation - it is, after all, the oldest - but this 1.33:1 1080p transfer is stunning. Compared to its last DVD edition, the film has a lovely clarity to it, and it showcases extraordinary black levels and sturdy contrast throughout. Grain handling is also wonderfully effective, lending the movie a beautiful glow that it wears well. Compression artifacting is a non-issue, to boot, and aliasing and banding are both kept at bay. A significant and beautiful transfer.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
The DTS-HD 1.0 Master Audio sound mix on Saboteur's disc is also top-of-the-line. It lacks in overall fidelity, with little dynamic range and some hiss, but that's to be expected, considering the film's production history. Low end is predictably nil, but dialogue is always comprehensible. In short - I can't imagine the movie sounding much better than this.
English SDH, French, and Spanish subtitles are included.