Movie Trailers CanMag Title Bar
CanMag RSS Feeds
CanMag's Index of Films How Are Films Selected?

Edge of Love on Blu-Ray

Published July 23, 2009 in DVD News
By Fred Topel | Image property of respective holders
Edge of LoveEdge of Love
I’m intrigued by how much better movies can look on Blu Ray than in theaters. The Edge of Love had a sepia tint that didn’t quite look right on film. Here on Blu Ray, it’s perfectly clear, despite the unusual, interpretive lighting. So you can achieve this effect at home, but not in the original exhibition medium.

On Blu-Ray: Edge of Love

The solid, clear lighting scheme is beautiful, not distracting. It’s meant to make faces glossy, and it does, so the detail you might see is more in their costume. That’s fine though, taking out facial detail for effect is okay. It’s not like it’s just a lack of definition.

Lavish sets and locations hold up well too. You’ll see all the detail in the constructed interiors, and the ultimate test for Blu Ray detail, paper. Dylan Thomas was a writer, and his handwritten paper notes show all the wrinkles of crumpled up old paper.

You Like? (Bookmarks)
Add to Heffee!
Compiled By (Sources)
Fred Topel
Sources: Image property of respective holders

Related Articles
© 2004 Minds Eye One, All Rights Reserved
The Can Magazine™ is a trademark of Minds Eye One
All movie titles, movie icons, movie stills/clips/trailers/other media... are registered trademarks and/or copyrights of stated holders
CanMag.Com banners contain movie/gaming icons that were created by individual holders
Home > Movies > Edge of Love on Blu-Ray

CanMag Web