- Format: DVD
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000PMGRBO
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #442,831 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Top Customer Reviews
I just A/B'ed this DVD with the "35th Annivesary" widescreen VHS and except for sharpness (which is lost in the darkness anyway) the Video wins hands down: the sound is at an appropriate level, and the vividness of the (Techni)colors is astounding.
This one's definitely going back, and I'm afraid to open the copies of Operation Petticoat and The Grass Is Greener which were released at the same time as installments in the "Cary Grant Collection". BTW, none of these are marked as anamorphic so I'm assuming they are not.
Republic/Artisan: what the heck were you thinking?
The five stars I award are not for the transfer, but for the overall value of the package. For many it would be worth even more after the price drops in a month or so. With that said, this review will focus mainly on the video and audio quality, plus any extras included in this Blu Ray package.
Let's cut right to the chase here. How is the picture quality of this release and is it a worthy upgrade from your VHS or DVD copy? Picture quality is "ok" with the transfer faring much better in the last half of the film. Olive Films has done an admirable job here by NOT adding any edge enhancement or DNR. ON the other hand, they have not done any color correction or noticeable restoration. (If only Robert Harris could have got his hands on the original film elements,then we would be talking about a different transfer altogether) Also it is noteworthy that Olive Films encoding of 'Indiscreet' appears top notch.Read more ›
Ingrid Bergmand & Cary Grant are at their all time most charming selves in this light-hearted romantic comedy. Bergman, who has shown her talents in suspenseful thrillers such as Notorious, is surprisingly outstanding in comedy! Will Anne (Bergman) who plays a famous stage actress and Phillip (Grant) an international financier get together? In the course of finding out, you will be delighted with the amusing interactions & banter which so accurately characterize men & women in romantic relationships. Ingrid Bergman is stunning and stylish and her apartment is to die for. Grant is debonair and charming as always. The lines in this movie are timeless! A favorite scene includes watching Grant dance with Bergman at a ballroom type function. This is a movie you can watch again & again and love even more each time.
Essentially, Indiscreet is the story of a romance between actress Anna (Ingrid Bergman) and diplomat Philip (Cary Grant). There are several surprising twists and turns, and to explain anything more would be to give too much away.
Anyhow, one reason Indiscreet is such a nice film is that the real life friendship and warmth between Cary and Ingrid comes though very well, and they are very believable together! Indiscreet also has several funny scenes, especially the one in which Cary does a hysterical tap dance at a fancy ball. The two stars seem to be having fun, and you will too while watching them. This film is good for the whole family, and is very enjoyable: highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have seen over the years that this one was not as highly rated as some of Bergman's other movies. But paired with Cary Grant, charming and handsome as ever, this spy treatment by... Read morePublished 10 days ago by V. Looney
Every time I see Ingrid Bergman in a movie I fall in love with her, no matter who her co-star is. Her beauty is beyond human comprehension.Published 19 days ago by chuck1943
Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman provide an adult, transcendent romance that anyone can enjoy. A must for fans of classic movies.Published 1 month ago by A. Wadkins
A poor copy of a copy! Some of the characters seem fuzzy, and the general picture quality is not crisp in any scene!Published 1 month ago by Dan Shook