Thank you for your review, Todd! This film and story is so American, that it is not getting a Scandinavian release - even the UK's The Guardian's chief critic, Peter Bradshaw, started his review saying," Has anyone in Britain ever heard of Fred Rogers?" - and on his next paragraph, "I had never heard of Rogers before this film". I purchased the 4K UHD based on your review and saw it last night. As someone totally unfamiliar with Fred Rogers, I didn't have the background of warm nostalgia that American audiences have. I didn't read the Esquire cover story when it was originally published, because I had no familiarity with the man; the 10 000 word profile sort of requires that. While watching the movie, I found the three-act arc between the cynical, depressed journalist and Tom Hanks to be very traditional and predictable. I also sat there thinking that this was a very odd release for a 4K UHD - the picture quality is pretty terrible (I think you are rather generous, scoring the picture quality 3.5/5)! It's a Sony release, so I was expecting something really stellar. I even took the disc out a couple of times to compare to the blu-ray. I get that they made the film to be like one of those TV episodes, but it didn't really work as a 4K UHD.