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Brothers & Sisters HDTV Review

Published October 23, 2006 in Television
By Fred Topel | Image property of ABC.
Brothers & Sisters Calista Flockhart in Brothers & Sisters
Brothers & Sisters is a character drama, so you won’t be looking for lavish sets, scenery or action. But the variety of actors involved give the JVC HD-56G786 a great workout for facial details.

Brothers & Sisters in HD


Calista Flockhart is absolutely radiant. Her cheeks range from pink to peach and you can see each fine grade along the dimple. Ron Rifkin seems to have grown stubble just to show how such a TV can separate all the fine detail of individual follicles.

Sally Field shows the most beautiful contours in close-up. Many superficial viewers may critics her for the natural implications of age, but it is very brave of her to present herself in all her glory. Those lines speak volumes about both her character and her experience in Hollywood, and it is wonderful to see such detail of a real person on TV.



The whole cast is made up of diverse actors and actresses at different stages in their lives. From light to dark, hairy to clean shaven, idealistic to hardened. Such presentation really adds to the acting.

Watch Brothers & Sisters Sundays at 10 PM on ABC.


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