Dating the enemy 1996 australia
From this point, the two have to work through the body-switch and figure out what it means for them, and what it is that fate is trying to tell them.
While the premise is quite amusing, Dating The Enemy does tend to rely on it too much, becoming somewhat of a one-joke movie.
The darker scenes generally show enough information to make out the action, but more subtle detail is invisible. Colours are quite good for the most part, with the bright colours of the set on which Brett works showing up very nicely.
There are a few occasions, predominantly in brightly lit conditions, where the colours become slightly washed out, but these are rare and not distracting.
For the subject nature of this film, the lack of surround presence is not as large a liability as it might have been.
As there is no dedicated subwoofer track, it will only get redirected bass, and in this film that is likely to be very little. There is only an extremely limited selection of extras presented here, and none are of any real interest.
From the composition of the shots, an open matte transfer can be ruled out, which means this is either pan & scan, or originally composed for 1.33:1 - either way given that the majority of the action takes place in the centre of the screen, it would appear to make little difference.Dating The Enemy is an amusing Romantic Comedy/Fantasy movie that, while not being particularly original, is still a good way to while away an hour and a half.The story follows Tash (Claudia Karvan) and Brett (Guy Pearce) who, despite having almost nothing in common, fall for each other at first sight.There are no compression artefacts in this transfer. Telecine wobble is a constant presence throughout the transfer, and while it is most obvious when credits are showing - especially the opening credits - it also becomes apparent at other times, such as when Tash is lying on the couch from The audio transfer is a better effort than the video, however it is certainly not going to knock your socks off.There is only a single soundtrack on this disc, being the original English Dialogue in Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo at 224 Kbps.
On the relevant pages, there are trailers for: As far as I can ascertain, this movie is not available outside Australia.