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January 25, 2010

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Cathy

OK I'm back again...are you 100% sure this film was shot on digital?

Check out this article that makes it sound like it was shot on film:

http://www.movieline.com/2009/10/a-conversation-with-christian-berger-cinematographer-of-michael-hanekes-the-white-ribbon.php?page=2

Cathy

You know, I saw the cinematographer do a Q/A and he never mentioned it being shot in digital which I think is so interesting--it's just become so second nature I guess to shoot a film this way that it isn't worth mentioning.

But it also explains a certain visual shallowness I experienced while watching the film. Assuming this was intentional to the form of the film and not purely my relationship to analog versus digital.

--cdlc

David Cruz

Great stuff.. I love it..

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