Fairly good, not great, blu-ray picture,
This review is from: Sterile Cuckoo [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
This review is for the blu-ray transfer--the picture quality, sound quality, etc.--not for how good the story or acting is, or not. "The Sterile Cuckoo" has a soft-focus, mildly color-washed-out picture, likely due to the year of the film (1969) and thus some aging to the master. The audio is good. I'm very pleased with this purchase, actually, which is an upgrade to the DVD I already owned.
I've definitely seen several 1967-69 blu-ray films that look a lot sharper and better all-around (heck, my DVD--not blu-ray--of 1967's "Bedazzled" (Dudley Moore, Raquel Welch) looks much sharper on my HD TV than does "The Sterile Cuckoo"!). But, I suspect that "The Sterile Cuckoo" was not a big-budget film.
Still it's a good, but not better-than-good, blu-ray effort.
Fine acting, sentimental, very realistic story.