I felt like I watched a great Broadway drama in three acts, and I mean that as a compliment.
The cinematography was wonderful, the first act in Super-16, the second in Super-35, and the last on the Alexa in Arriraw, all on Master Primes.
While I'm a big fan of the Alexa and find it to be the most film-like of all the digital cameras out there, you really feel the "digital look" in the last act, hyper-clean and super-sharp. It almost looks like it was color-corrected to enhance, rather than hide, its digital origins -- muted saturation, no noise, a bit of edge enhancement, etc. The 35mm sequence before feels "warmer" even though it was timed on the cold side. The Super-16 looked lovely, more like pushed 35mm, nice textures almost like "Eyes Wide Shut".