Robert Benton wrote and directed "NADINE", and while it's not a big
its simple humor and genuine chemistry that lies between stars Kim Basinger
and Jeff Bridges, make it well worth seeing. Basinger is "NADINE", a woman
finding herself running from danger after she tries to retrieve naked photos
of herself from a sleezy photographer. The photographer ends up murdered
and the envelope she has in her possession contains something she can be
killed for having. Bridges as Nadine's ex, is at his usual best here, and
once again, proves he's a terrific actor.
SONY has preserved the film's 1.85:1 aspect ratio with 16:9 enhancement.
Colors are fine, although contrast is subdued in several spots. The detail
is generally fine, although the overall image tends to be on the soft side.
SONY has presented a Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo mix. While dialogue is
intelligible and free from distortion, fidelity is limited.