criterioncollection:

Hope and heartbreak: We found a 1951 35mm nitrate fine grain of Bergman’s mold-ravaged SUMMER INTERLUDE! Then we opened the can.

Too bloody depressing.

criterioncollection:

Hope and heartbreak: We found a 1951 35mm nitrate fine grain of Bergman’s mold-ravaged SUMMER INTERLUDE! Then we opened the can.

Too bloody depressing.

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  1. shadoestar reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    This is pretty heartbreaking.
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  3. animeandfilmotaku reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    WHY???? The agony QAQ
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  5. tonydibartolomeo reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    :’(”
  6. motionpicturesatarevolution reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    This is why film preservation is paramount. So, so sad.
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  9. hibernationstation reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    WORD! I haven’t seen film shatter like that yet. And I’ve seen some rough stuff!
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  12. graybunny reblogged this from criterioncollection and added:
    Why I do what I do, folks. (And by do what I do, I mean catalog DVDs of the Curious George show from PBS. Sometimes that...
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