Can any one explain "Day" for "Night" scenes and why they seem to get messed up on DVD. I as far as I know, a scene is filmed during the "day" then darked in the lab. Many times I'll watch a film and see a scene in which car head lights are on, house widows and street lights are lit and the sun is brightly shining as if it were 12 noon. Why do the DVD technicians fail to darken the scene? Is it something is done while the film is printed and DVD is transfered from the film negative?