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While the palette here isn't overly varied, there is a very nice range of tones including everything from the browns and greens of the fields to the nice, crisp looking red and black checkerboard sound baffling behind Valens in Keane's recording studio.
The recurring plane crash footage is considerably grainier and softer than the rest of the feature, and may have originally been shot in 16mm to provide that look (see screenshot 5).
Phillips captures Valens' unique combination of innocence and swagger.
Some may feel the melodramatic aspects of the film are overwrought, and indeed not even required given the built in drama of Valens' meteoric rise and sudden death, but the film feels resolutely "real" quite a bit of the time, especially with regard to the relationship between Valens and Keane.
La Bamba is presented on Blu-ray courtesy of Twilight Time with an AVC encoded 1080p transfer in 1.85:1.
This is another great looking transfer from Sony-Columbia, one that supports the sometimes kind of drab and dusty Southern California ambience with a surprising amount of vividness.
This is the true story of Ritchie Valens, a young rock & roll singer who tragically died in a plane crash at the age of 17.