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What a great film......loved it.....recommended....great story, great cast, excellent cinematography on Kodak film......but Kodak TMax 400 wasn't around in the 60s hahaha......you will know what I mean when u see this.....in fact the second generation of T-Max 400 TMY-2 is from 2007.....

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On 9/20/2020 at 1:44 AM, David Mullen ASC said:

In the 60's, a b&w street photographer would be using Tri-X negative probably.

No doubt about it David...Tri-X came out in 35mm and 120 format in 1954.....another 'goof' from the production department is the fact Ilford Delta 400 negatives also appeared in that section of this film.....and THAT film came out in 1992.....so TMax 400 in 2007....but who cares......the film is great....its acting top notch.....cinematography by Lol Crawley who shot Vox Lux

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