DVD Toons have just posted their review for Sony Pictures Classics’ release of Sylvain Chomet’s The Triplets Of Belleville: “The overall melancholy feel of Belleville is one of its major strengths, and it is certainly a film that should be seen this year by anyone remotely interested in animation as an art form and those who wish to see the boundaries of accepted cartooning pushed, both visually and in storytelling. A fine digital-to-digital transfer is presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen [and] there are some rich sounds to be found in the Dolby soundtrack – especially the music – all of which sounds just as it should. While not the extensive two-disc set found in its native France, this US edition has a group of featurettes, music video and trailer – very decent if not spectacular treatment”.