Overexposed film? Or film lacking any blue?HD could use a restoration if that's the best print available. . The print is too contrasty and sound is reed thin.
Oh, I see - now there is NO blue in the film at all. You're beginning to sound like a troll? Because saying there is no blue in the film is at best, fanciful, and at worst, an attempt to lie to make some point only known to you. There is blue in the skies, there is deep blue in the costumes and sets. How can that be in a film lacking any blue. Funny that. Thankfully, no one is listening and from here on you can shout to the high heavens about thin sound and no blue all by your lonesome. Thankfully, the transfer speaks for itself, both image and sound-wise and the more people who see it, the more raves it gets - you saw some white skies in one number that has ALWAYS HAD THEM and that has become your beast of burden. I think I'll go watch some of it again, just so I can see those lovely blue skies in the shots that have them.
Edited by haineshisway, April 04 2013 - 09:55 PM.