I realize its been a long time since this DVD came out, but does anyone else think the DVD edition is some kind of TV edit? I refer to the scene where Quaid enters the dream of the man whose wife is cheating on him. On the VHS version when they walk in on his wife and brother in bed together the wife appears topless (though briefly). However, the shot seems to be altered on DVD and reveals no nudity at all. I thought this might have been an open matte issue at first, and the uncropped full-frame version simply revealed more than the director intended, but upon reviewing both it seemed the shot was too different for that to be the case. As if it were zoomed in as well, perhaps for TV broadcast. Or was Dreamscape shot Super 35? I don't know for sure if that format even existed then. Anyone else notice this issue or care to comment? Is Dreamscape possibly a film like those in that MGM lawsuit there's a thread for? (Films that are supposedly Pan and Scan versions that are then cropped (again) for DVD widescreen release) Or maybe it's just a case of "Where should we matte this?" a la Back to The Future 2 and 3. Can't recall if the headroom in the shot seemed excessive. Will have to look into that possibility.