Correct. I've been sort of following this thread over on Blu-ray.com, because I love drama. Kino was given access the overly-yellow transfer used on the previous blu-ray release. To compensate, they've uniformly turned the yellow levels down across the entire film. Depends who you ask on whether they've done a good job or not, but nobody is arguing that this is ideal. There are also complaints about compression artefacts, crushed blacks, and other fun stuff which may or may not bother you. They also buggered up porting over the old blu-ray extras so they stutter.aox wrote:I believe this is the third Region A release of this film, and each one is still botched in some way. I have the 2009 release, but none of them are definitive, correct?Drucker wrote:TGTBATU on blu-ray.com. Disappointing.
There is also the issue of calling their cut the "Original U.S. Theatrical Cut", as what they've done is approximated it, and there are some (minor) issues with what they've done.