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Re: Eyes Wide Shut



I had the opportunity to see it this weekend as well and while I liked the
film, I, for one, did not much care for the look. It had the typical look of
very high speed film that has then been further pushed.  This was most
noticeable in the heavy grain and very blown out highlights.

Bob Festa wrote:
> 
> All,
> 
> Had the opportunity to see "Eyes Wide Shut" over the weekend. Great texture
> in the film, and wonderfully saturated colors. A little too much pollution
> in the blacks for my personal taste, but I couldn't imagine this film being
> shot as a prime beauty piece.

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