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True Love


  • Score: 81

    from 2 reviewers

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  • Kino Lorber delivers a solid Blu-ray of 'True Love,' a film that balances humor and pathos while exploring the complexities of marriage with strong performances and insightful direction.

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  • Video: 86

  • True Love on Blu-ray, presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.85:1 with a 1080p MPEG-4 AVC transfer, boasts excellent clarity, contrast, and depth in most scenes, though grain exposure and darker nuances could be improved. The image stability is admirable, free from significant imperfections.

  • Audio: 89

  • The English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 track delivers clear and understandable dialogue, capturing the New York-Italian accents distinctly, with '80s hits enhancing the film's atmosphere. However, occasional thinness in sound could benefit from slight enhancements to improve fullness and roundness.

  • Extra: 77

  • The Blu-ray extras of 'True Love' offer insightful interviews with key crew members discussing their contributions and challenges, but the audio commentary by Nancy Savoca and Richard Guay falls short, lacking substantive behind-the-scenes details and containing many long pauses.

  • Movie: 81

  • True Love, directed by Nancy Savoca, offers a sincere look into the complexities of marriage with commendable performances by Annabella Sciorra and Ron Eldard, yet suffers from uneven direction and poorly managed secondary characters. The Blu-ray release by Kino Lorber adds valuable insights through new commentaries and programs.


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