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Topics/Questions/Exercises Of The Week—30 April 2010 (Special Blu-ray Preservation/Restoration Edition)

30 April 2010 9:21 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

The Warner Home Video restoration of David Lean's 1965 epic Doctor Zhivago is a thrill to behold in the high-definition Blu-ray format. So much so that watching it, one is apt to forget or at least ignore the problematic aspects of the film. And despite those, there's a real mastery at work here of the sort that's bracing to revisit today. The Blu-ray, and a standard-def DVD edition of the restoration, come out next Tuesday. I was fortunate enough to be able to have a conversation with Warner Home Video's Vice President of remastering, Ned Price, yesterday, not too long after the company announced it was putting a moratorium on two popular classic titles, Citizen Kane and Ben-Hur, in anticipation of remastered versions for standard-def and Blu-ray for some time next year. So we had more than Zhivago to discuss. Highlights of our conversation below.

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