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When Elizabeth (Kim Basinger, LA Confidential) met John (Mickey Rourke, Angel Heart) she was a smart, sophisticated woman in control of her own life. Intrigued by his enigmatic and aloof personality, she plunges into a relationship of headlong sensuality…a relationship that intensifies into an erotic nightmare of fantasy and domination. Soon Elizabeth must choose: between her desires…and her sanity. 9 ½ Weeks is available for the first time in its original theatrical ratio, allowing you to enjoy the full cinematic experience of this classic erotic tale.
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Runtime 112 mins, 16:9 widescreen in 1.85:1 ratio.
The sound is better than the DVD releases and way better than VHS as one would expect but it isn't a test disc by any standard-the sound is still very "atmospheric"-Mickey is very softly spoken and when your system is set up to hear him, the soundtrack and certain effects are way too loud.
The biggest disappointment is the picture-I could not distinguish between this "true 1080p" image and the DVD- it looks identical! Same palette, same grain, same ratio. I love the film but this is an unnecessary Blu-Ray release on the basis of the transfer. The sound benefits but not the picture. It's not an awful image, very 80's, it's just that if you have the DVD already and don't want an improved soundtrack, stick with the DVD.
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