Withnail and I Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD

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Overall Rating : 4.5 / 5 (2 Reviews)
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...it's not going to look all shiny, like a new film, and the darker scenes seem little different from the blu ray, but brighter scenes look great, and there is more detail - such as when Marwood flips down his sunglasses as they leave London. Just looking at the start of the farewell scene it's apparent how much more colour there is to his clothes, and Withnail's umbrella is actually dark blue, rather than the black it has always appeared to be to me. Perhaps worth flagging up that unlike most 4k films, there's no blu ray included - and that the price is pretty steep. But if you love it, I'd say it's worth it.

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Fantastic remaster of probably my favourite British film ever along with The Wicker Man. The film grain in dark shots is heavy but faithful to being in a cinema when first released with exteriors looking stunning with now strong bright highlights from HDR. The film is a thing of beauty and still touches the soul like it always has. I own the original Arrow collector's edition and this doesn't really bring anything new apart from this new transfer

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