That's basically it. Director James Mangold claims that they carefully color timed the B&W version, and that if you simply turned the color off on your monitor, you wouldn't get the look that he intended. But since I haven't seen it yet, I'm not sure how much of that is hyperbole and how much is truth.Ok. So the noir version is just a black and white version of the film right?
Don't understand the appeal. I can just adjust any film to be black and white so what's the purpose?
Am I missing something?