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#1 George Ebersole

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 12:14 AM

Wow, a really well shot film, and the thing that really blew me away visually was that there was no ghosting.  Very pan, every dolly move, every zoom (yes, there was a zoom out; slow, subtle, but there), had crystal clear images.  I haven't seen a film deliver that kind of motion on screen in forever.  Ghosting (at least that's what we call it in videographer country) used to be a real problem in the late 80s up through the 90s at a lot of local theatres.  

 

Lots of light used.  The exteriors were impressive.  The interiors were standard fare.  I can't find any technical specs on the IMDB.

 

Story wise it was very British.  It's about what I expected, still a good film.  


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