The image framed at 1.85:1 and anamorphic, looks very good indeed. Set in the 1970's the use of strong yellows and oranges could have caused some real problems, but thankfully that is not the case. The colour palette is strong and vibrant with no signs of bleed. The image is also crisp and sharp with plenty of detail in the blacks, only occasionally suffering from encoding problems, and artefacts. Flesh tones are also realistic and natural looking, and the transfer is of a very high quality for such a small budget production.