Hello Mr. Harris. I recently bought the new Blu-Ray disc of Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot, a film directed by Jacques Tati in 1953. It comes from a restoration made in 2009 and it looks very good indeed. I couldn't make a proper technical description of it, as I do not have the neccessary knowledge, but to my untrained eye it looks less contrasty, more detailed and filmlike than any other copy of the film I've ever watched. However, I have some doubts about decissions done during the restoration. One of the members of the restoration team explains in this video how one mistake from the original shooting, in which a back projection trembled and, for a moment, did not match the set in which it was supposed to fit, was fixed digitally so that it looked all right. The owners of the film asked for it, arguing that if Tati were alive today, he would have wanted it corrected. It seems logical that Tati would have wanted his film to be as technically good as possible, but I wonder if it is good practice to make "improvements" on the work of a passed away artist and, if so, to which degree. I would like to have your views on the subject and on this particular example. Many thanks in advance.