Faith Hill: When The Lights Go Down Movie Review

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Faith Hill: When The Lights Go Down Movie Review

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Recorded just before the release of her US
Number One album Cry, this concert sees New
Country artist Faith Hill performing favourites
The Way You Love Me, Let Me Let Go, Breathe,
Stronger and There You'll Be (from Pearl
Harbor) among others. She can certainly belt
'em out, but the fawning commentary on this
NBC TV special is ludicrously over the top. The
16:9 anamorphic picture is
excellent, and strong sound
is a choice of Dolby Stereo,
5.1 or DTS. Extras are two
bonus tracks and behindthe-
scenes footage with
stereo sound subtitled in
English, French, German,
Spanish and Italian. Not very
good value for 55 minutes.

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