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  1. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    As I wrote on my previous post: everyone has now become used to digital projection from a digital source and has forgotten what analogue film looks like, projected! I saw a new 70mm print run of Oppenheimer at The Norwegian Film Institute in Oslo and it was not as sharp as the digital projection...
  2. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    It is a bit strange seeing a 70mm film, which photochemically processed, after getting so used to digital projection. The projectionists at the Norwegian Film Institute are serious professionals and hold regular 70mm film festivals, as well as showing 35mm and 16mm prints. The Oppenheimer print...
  3. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    Oppenheimer was not unbearably loud, in the 70mm presentation I saw this afternoon. I had no need for my ear plugs. The bass was powerful on occasion, but the midrange and treble were not piercing. I found the sound mix was much better than on Tenet, where much of the dialogue was inaudible. I...
  4. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    Seeing tomorrow in 70mm in Oslo. I'll be taking earplugs. Dunkirk and Tenet were deafening.
  5. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    Probably why the film is called "Oppenheimer".
  6. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    It's not odd and it was not originally released on DVD. Criterion published this on laserdisc in 1995.
  7. titch

    Oppenheimer (2023)

    It's actually extraordinary - something that only becomes apparent, when listening to the commentary afterwards. It's a riveting, rare commentary, which gives both a good insight into the documentary process and technique, as well as aspects of the film, which aren't apparent while watching the...
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