Originally posted by Peter Stenning@Aug 19 2005, 03:06 PM
Some years ago ITV screened this film, when it opened I was surprised to see it was a colourized version, which I've seen only once. Has any other board member seen this version of the film?
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Colorizing always strikes me as a strange idea. The difference between a B&W film and a colour film isn't just the colour (or lack of). With B&W photography (or cinematography) you look for different things and they often aren't as striking when false colours are added.