[Tig] Midnight in Paris

Juan Salvo js at grsv.com
Wed Jun 27 16:11:33 BST 2012


> "Girls" takes place in unromantic modern day Brooklyn featuring a group of low-fi twenty-somethings. It would be inappropriate to the subject matter to make it look like it was shot on 50 year old film.

Unless HBO decided to do a really crazy cross over episode with
'Boardwalk Empire' where they meet "halfway" in 1950's Jersey City. If
HBO is reading this, I want a co-writer credit for that one.

On Jun 27, 2012, at 10:58, Sam Daley <sdaley at technicolorpwny.com> wrote:

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>> The appearance was definitely not like the HBO show "Girls".
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> "Girls" takes place in unromantic modern day Brooklyn featuring a group of low-fi twenty-somethings. It would be inappropriate to the subject matter to make it look like it was shot on 50 year old film.
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> On Jun 27, 2012, at 9:53 AM, "Bob Friesenhahn" <bfriesen at simple.dallas.tx.us> wrote:
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>> On Wed, 27 Jun 2012, underscan at gmail.com wrote:
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>>> @Bob
>>> could you elaborate more on what you thought was so special
>>> about the grading?
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>> I am not a colorist so I am not an expert on grading.  What immediately struck me (even before the part of the film where they go back in time) was that the appearance of the film was as if it was shot on 50 year old film stock without the associated 50 years of defects.  There was a pleasant old-time warmth to the colors.  The appearance was definitely not like the HBO show "Girls".
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