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The Man Who Wasn't There, Movie, 2001 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Der unauffällige Mr. Crane (Germany)
  • El hombre que nunca estuvo allí (Spain)
  • The barber: l'homme qui n'était pas là (France)
  • Az ember, aki ott se volt (Hungary)
  • L'uomo che non c'era (Italy)
  • Bâbâ (Japan)
  • El hombre que nunca estuvo (Mexico)
  • Czlowiek, którego nie bylo (Poland)
  • O Barbeiro (Portugal)

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vilero ES

2012-03-20 12:45

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[Image: th_WasNotThere2bis1.jpg]
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Upgraded the movie with HD captures. Roles fixed and added some more vehicles. Press F5 to see changes.

vilero ES

2012-03-20 12:57

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Goof: Continuity
The Dodge used by Thornton and Frances McDormand is a Two-Door Sedan
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On the scene with Scarlett Johansson they used two different. For interior shots a Two-Door Sedan and for the crash a Coupe
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Commander 57 US

2012-03-20 14:41

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Some truly excellent photos in this series!

chicomarx BE

2012-03-20 16:53

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Excellent movie too. It should be watched in B&W but there's also an identical colour version, which might have been useful for the cars.

For example we have /movie.php?id=52077 but that's colorized. That I'm against.

vilero ES

2012-03-20 17:55

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I agree with you chicomarx. If the movie was filmed in B&W, a colored restoration of it is not an upgraded movie but a downgraded one. Could you imagine a colored Frank Capra's /movie_38650-It-s-a-Wonderful-Life.html ? Unfortunately there is a colored version and I get it in a 8'35 Gb size (1436 x 1080). But I'm not to 'upgrade' that masterpiece with pictures as http://postimage.org/image/8w31xtc5x/full/ and http://postimage.org/image/tqat1wh5h/full/ I'll do it (if nobody get it first, of course) when I get a B&W HD copy and good enough to 'upgrade' the pictures already submitted. Your opinion makes me think we could agree about HD colored pictures will never replace HD pictures in B&W if the movie was originally filmed in B&W.

chicomarx BE

2012-03-20 20:21

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No doubt. Colorizing is only done by companies that put out cheap DVDs... It's the complete opposite of restoring a movie.

Since you like Woody Allen, here's Jean-Luc Godard calling Manhattan 'gimmicky': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAsUE1qNgMs&t=5m26s for his use of B&W... :)

This is a true B&W on the other hand, a modern film noir.

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