I found this movie and bluray to be forgettable on all levels. Aside from maybe one or two interesting shots there is nothing all that visually compelling here.
By today's standards the PQ overall is average at best. Shot on film rather than digital, the subtle yet always present level of film grain provided a pleasant overall feel. Generally speaking the majority of shots showed good clarity and sharpness but there was also plenty of softness in some shots, particularly darker scenes. The color pallet was limited but overall tended towards blue. I didn't see any abnormalities with the transfer.
The big problem with this Blu is black crush. The deepest black levels are very good but to fault. Shadow detail is poor and in some dark scenes almost non existent. Dark areas of the screen became an indistinguishable blob of blackness. The movie also was rather dim overall. Brightly lit day scenes looked good but for me this issue was bad enough to be distracting through much of the movie.
I may be ranking it a tad generously here but...
Viewed on Panasonic 60" ST60 from a distance of 6.5 feet.