It's a Wonderful Life [1946] [DVD]

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It's a Wonderful Life [1946] [DVD]

It's a Wonderful Life [1946] [DVD]

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Personalised advertising may be considered a “sale” or “sharing” of information under California and other state privacy laws, and you may have a right to opt out. An audience concentrating on the earlier scenes of George's fairly realistic and believable problems, would be taken totally off guard by the sudden addition of a fantasy element.

Now you can watch the holiday classic like never before, newly remastered from the original film negatives and more vibrant than ever in High Dynamic Range! It looks like an unused angle where George is meant to wave and yell 'Merry Christmas' at the building to his right. The horror vision of Bedford Falls turned into the degenerate Pottersville is like an alternate-universe in a time travel science fiction story. Russell Sherman developed a new compound, mixing foamite [a material used in fire extinguishers] with sugar, water, and even soap flakes, a spray able version of artificial snow was created that could be quickly blasted over set pieces. But once again for me personally I prefer to watch the Colorized version and my mind is a much more enjoyable experience and made me so much more sympathetic and empathy to all the characters in the film.The next time you see It's a Wonderful Life, look for the shot in the beginning where Stewart starts to run. A heavenly messenger (Henry Travers) arrives to show him a vision: what the world would have been like if George had never been born.

While watching It's a Wonderful Life for the umpteenth time, I saw a detail I never noticed before in dozens of showings.Brilliant moments to reflect, is of course the wonderful music film score and especially the ambience audio track enhances of the passing of the cars to the front of the soundstage; partially creating the illusion that they are moving past you. He doesn't make much of an impact, until you look at the shot again and realize that the little running man is James Stewart. This film begins on Christmas Eve and ends just a few hours later, but over 90 minutes are spent revisiting events in leading character George Bailey's past. His own Lost Horizon had a similar flashback wraparound, and Capra rejected anything similar, including one 'heavenly waiting room' concept described in the making-of book.

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