Jul 262018
 

These are only here to give an idea of the movie’s video quality and may not be truly representative of it.

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  1. DVD displays a running time of 1:58:40 and the Blu-ray 1:58:47, a discrepancy of seven seconds. Like all NTSC DVDs, if one actually times them with a stopwatch in real-time they are longer than the player’s on-screen display; Blu-rays, on the other hand, always show this in real-time (the longer time is reflected). So both formats have the same duration in real-time but are reported differently because of timecode differences (see below), and both play film slightly slower than what one would see in a theater using a perfectly calibrated m projector if one existed.
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