Fritz Lang's Destiny has been given a clean and sharp transfer for this DVD, in what is essentially window-boxed form, with a thin black border around the top, bottom, and sides of the image. Once one grows accustomed to this presentation, however, the movie is extremely easy to watch, having been preserved well enough to stand with the best of 1920's films. The transfer is a little dark, and it is possible that a formal restoration, of the kind done with Lang's Metropolis, would yield better results today, but it's difficult to complain too loudly. And the presence of a good orchestral score -- mastered at a healthy volume -- helps immensely in appreciating the movie today. The dozen chapters are more than adequate to break down to somewhat episodic story line, and are accessible through an easy-to-use menu.