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Blue Velvet - 2-disc widescreen version,
This review is from: Blue Velvet [DVD] (DVD)
Looking at the other reviews here, there seems to be a lot of people unhappy with the Blue Velvet DVD. I must point out that I own the two disc widescreen version of Blue Velvet released by Sanctuary Visual Entertainment, and I can assure you there is absolutely nothing wrong with the quality of the picture or the sound. Further more it is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen. The DVD is Region 0, which means it will work on any DVD player.
On the second disc there is a 30-minute documentary called Strange Desires, which features interviews with David Lynch, Dennis Hopper and others associated with the film. There is also a 12-minute featurette called Moving Pictures with J.G Ballard.
I think the technical problems mentioned in other customer reviews are related to the DVD released by Prism Leisure. My advice would be to avoid that one, and purchase the one by Sanctuary.
Hope this helps.