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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 19 May 1994 21:30:35 CDT
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On Tue, 17 May 1994 17:43:54 -0700 Marc Pitre said:
>I recognize that _Crooklyn_ had its flaws, but I didn't notice any of the
>boom stands and mikes that you mentioned.  They may very well have been
>there, but maybe they weren't as obvious as you thought.
I, too, didn't notice any stands or mikes.  It may have been that the
theater where the original poster saw the film may have had it
framed incorrectly.
And I wouldn't be surprised because CROOKLYN is something of a
projectionist's nightmare:  one location was shot with an anamorphic
lens, but the manager at the theater at which I saw it was given
no forewarning of it or explanation of it.  Caused quite a bit
of confusion.
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