The movie was made for a mere £2m and corners would have to be cut, but the overall image and style of the movie is breath taking. From strong yellows and reds, to pale blues and dark blacks, the 1.85:1 Anamorphic transfer is very good indeed. There are signs of dirt here and there, but overall the image is strong with no colour bleed and plenty of fine detail on show. Boyle uses shadows and silhouettes throughout the movie, and these look striking with good shadow detail and strong, solid blacks. The transfer is first rate, and looks far sharper and more detailed than I remember it from the criterion Laserdisc edition, you won't see this film looking any better than in the presentation here.