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Seven (moving backgrounds)

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by eel, Apr 15, 2002.

  1. eel

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    Can someone please help!!!!!! I have a problem with the region 2 release of Seven (the latest remastered version.) the problem being background break up. This is apparent in a lot of scenes and i know that it must have been a difficult film to transfer to dvd, but this movie has been given 10/10 for picture quality in a lot of magazines. does anyone else have this problem? (I have cleaned disc and my dvd's lens but still the problem remains.


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  2. Ghoulies!

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    My advice - trade it in for a Region 1 version! Much better: fantastic picture, uncut, more features, vastly better packaging!
     
  3. micks_address

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    Hi there - just quick question on seven - whats cut out of the region 2 version?. Picture quality is excellent on region 2 so i doubt if you'll better it by much on region 1.
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  4. PoochJD

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    Hi,

    1) The UK edition of "Se7en" has NEVER been censored for video or DVD release, by the BBFC.

    2) The US disc, in my opinion, is a little better in picture quality than the R2 version, but it's down to personal preference, and whether or not you have a multi-region DVD player or not. Also, the packaging is definitely superior on the R1 set, in comparison to the nasty Entertainment In Video jobbie!

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