Author Topic: Is there anyone else who prefers the look of older films over that of newer film  (Read 610 times)


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You know how you can identify what decade a film is from by the way it 'looks' when you view it? I wish other directors were as committed to reviving the old aesthetic as I am. Whether I'm watching a film from the 1990s, I can tell it's from that decade, just as I can tell if it's from the 1960s, 1970s, or 1980s.

It's not just in movies; it's also in vintage advertisements, TV, and even photography. The graininess or crispness of something can tell you what year or decade it is from. I wish filmmakers could resurrect specific eras of filmmaking technology.

I'm not on some sort of 'anti-digital' crusade. It's OK if you enjoy the natural growth of film and technology. However, I adore how each decade's cinematography composition has its own special charm.

I'm simply curious if anyone else feels the same way.
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