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  1. Robert Harris

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: The Red Shoes (1948) (4k UHD)

    Precisely. One would be viewing a live performance. An excruciatingly boring and horrific live performance.
  2. Robert Harris

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: The Red Shoes (1948) (4k UHD)

    Not referring to “improvements,” but rather a very specific velvety appearance that was a Technicolor trademark, especially in the early years. With Technicolor, detail is not always the prime attribute.
  3. Robert Harris

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: The Red Shoes (1948) (4k UHD)

    I doubt that it will look close to an original. Should look lovely, but presume it will be very different.
  4. Robert Harris

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: The Red Shoes (1948) (4k UHD)

    It was not a print that was scanned. It was three black and white negatives, that were never meant to be seen highly resolved. The wonderful texture of Technicolor was the overall soft, cohesiveness of the imbibition printing. This should look lovely, but should be softened to replicate the...
  5. Robert Harris

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: The Red Shoes (1948) (4k UHD)

    A very interesting proposition. A film that was never 4k, now in 4k and Dolby Vision.
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