My post was about the lower contrast give to this scene, which was necessary to avoid the left side of her face from being washed out and the right side of her face completely in shadow. My point is that because this is specifically a low contrast frame, it would not be representative of the rest of the movie when under conventional lighting. You would need to have a normal balanced shot, from a lighting perspective form this movie and a shot from Prestige that would be shot under the same lighting conditions to make a fair comparison between the two movies, lighting and contrast wise. The reduction in contrast of this shot has nothing to do with the DVD vs. the BD version, as far as contrast ratio's go. The BD version would be sharper due to increased resolution. See above.