Husbands and Wives (1992), was Mr. Allen’s 167th film, and fits in his CV between Shadows and Fog and Manhattan Murder Mystery, and belongs within the group of films from his Columbia / Tri-Star period.
Similar to another Allen film, it involves analysis, dating, breaking up, dating and breaking up.
I’d rank it among his best 20 films.
Because it’s a Columbia / Sony release, you should be aware, in advance, that Twilight Time’s new Blu-ray is absolutely perfect, with a superb sheen of grain, and an un-inprovable image quality.
It should be in any serious cinema library, along with the 29 or so other Blu-rays. That leaves 130 or thereabouts yet to come.
Image – 5
Audio – 5
Pass / Fail – Pass
Upgrade from DVD – Absolutely
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