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post #61 of 65 Old 07-13-2013, 04:30 PM
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Sure it could. Just because he saw a non-digital print at his cinema doesn't mean it wasn't manipulated digitally before the actual film was printed.
Huh? Barring the IMAX extractions and some visual effects, TDK was printed photochemically (as was every other Christopher Nolan movie thus far).
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Modern anamorphic 35mm IS clean. It's not the 80s. Since you were literally watching an analog print, there's no possible way it could have a "digital" look.
Yes it could a combination of how it's filmed and how it's lit can give an unnatural appearance that many would associate with digital. It probably has been seen in some films before but these days we are more primed to notice it. Lots of directors go for altered color schemes, that steely gray in Spielberg's War of the Worlds comes to mind.

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Good god please make the first film better. Such an absurd bitrate. I still have it this Nolan collection I got for 19 dollars and it just sits there waiting to be replaced.
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I know WB is known for using the same disc release worldwide, but is there any territory that has the entire TDK/TDKR in the 35mm/non IMAX scene version?

I'd like those extras, but not double dipping if it's the same recycled content.

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I know WB is known for using the same disc release worldwide, but is there any territory that has the entire TDK/TDKR in the 35mm/non IMAX scene version?

I'd like those extras, but not double dipping if it's the same recycled content.
No, of course not. Nolan wanted it the way it is.
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