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#1 Stefan Kubicki

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 10:17 AM

I recall reading or hearing Chris Doyle somewhere commenting on the fact that he used some sort of silver retention/skip bleach process on Last Life in the Universe and that he "ruined" several Thai films shot by other DPs who tried to do the same for film that wasn't shot with that processing in mind.

But watching LLitU I didn't really notice any obvious skip bleach look, although as usual with Doyle you had the great color saturation and all that other good stuff.

Do any of you know any more about what lab processes the film went through?
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