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#1 Bernhard Zitz

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 06:15 PM

just saw "dead proof" tonight. I'm not going to discuss the rather minimal script (that fits well the genre) or deeper meaning of this movie. Somehow it was entertaining.

I'm more interested in technical details.

knows anybody how they achieved this "earlyseventies-look"? specially in the first part. Not talking about the scratches etc. but this contrasty yet washed out look nearly like after several copy-generations, and not at all 21centuryfilmstocklike. I guess it was DI but it looked very authentic. The credits just said Fuji Filmstock and panavision. Couldn't see anything about DI etc...

knows anyone if they used anamorphic or if it was 3perf or whatever? It didn't look very anamorphic but somehow can't say for sure.

A funny thing was to see a cellphone in a movie that looks and feels like it had been made in 1972.

Edited by Bernhard Zitz, 11 June 2007 - 06:18 PM.

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#2 Bernhard Zitz

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 06:40 PM

sorry it's called "death proof", over here it has the silly name "boulevard de la mort" which fits very well the genre. Back then this kind of movies had often very strange names in french or german.
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