2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
interesting film, poor quality of the Bluray,
This review is from: Keep The Lights On [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Was very much looking forward to this film, but the Blu-ray transfer is ordinary to say the least, I believe no better than DVD quality, and where are the subtitles? Really poor that these are not included on a release of this calibre. Sound levels were all over the place too. If the master material doesn't lend itself to Blu-ray release, then don't release it in this format.......i
The film itself was clever, perceptive and engaging, spanning a number of years and the varying forms and transitions that relationships take, but overall was let down by the lack of subtitles and indifferent picture quality. My advise, if you would like to buy this film, just buy the DVD, the BD is not worthy of the extra outlay.