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Old 02-03-2019, 09:41 PM
 
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We are at our Fl house now just south of Sarasota and this is showing at several theaters as regular run
In 3D and regular film
So normal release I guess here
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Jackson has a huge WWI private collection. He was the right choice to make this film. Seeing the Making of Documentary that followed the film was an absolute must to understand the film's context. Usually, they are about the actor's or director's experience and how great everyone was on the set. This was more like what is called in academia a process paper, often a requirement to accompany an academic project. It also credited Jackson's other family members, besides his grandfather, who served in WWI. It explained why and how the film restoration process was just as authentic if not more authentic than the original film footage. I used to assist high school students with their documentaries on historical topics. They should all see this movie. I am in awe.
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