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Kevin Fassbind
Film Handler

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From: St. Gallen, Switzerland
Registered: Jul 2003

 - posted 08-31-2003 02:26 PM      Profile for Kevin Fassbind   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Requesting info for Calendar Girls (UK Production), released here in about two weeks!



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Alexander Smith
Expert Film Handler

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From: Walney Island, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
Registered: Jun 2003

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Calendar Girls (UK: 12A)
BVI, 6 reels
108 minutes
'scope, SRD, SDDS, DTS

(Probably UK specific: no pre-attached or included trailers)

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Malcolm Gerard
Film Handler

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From: Hampton, London, UK
Registered: Jul 2000

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The focus on this film (British prints anyway) is VERY soft (unlike the flat trailer) and you can expect complaints however carefully you set it.

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Charles Everett
Phenomenal Film Handler

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Touchstone (Buena Vista) for US/Canada

Other information as above

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Aldo Baez
Master Film Handler

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From: USA
Registered: Mar 2001

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Focus is definately very soft. Miracle attached.

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John Pytlak
Film God

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From: Rochester, NY 14650-1922
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As far as having "soft focus", Cinematographer Ashley Rowe deliberately diffused the image:

“We used stockings over the lenses for all the English scenes to give it a softer, gentler tone,” said cinematographer Ashley Rowe. (One wonders if this doesn’t also make this film more marketable to American tastes.) A naked lens was used for the Hollywood scenes, giving a harder, cleaner edge with more shadow and a fiercer tone.

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