Andrew Garfield, Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, and five others received their first-ever acting nominations for 2017. While these actors are new to the Academy Awards, you may recognize them from their earlier work.
. . . in just a quarter of a century. The Dead Sea Scrolls apparently held up as well or better for more than a millennium and a half than "BOND 1973: THE LOST DOCUMENTARY." Most of this short 20-minute plus documentary is in washed out black & white, and Time has drained the rainbow from the few "color" portions almost enough to render them a fuzzier version of black & white. The only on-screen credit for the crew behind this "Making of" (director Chris Doll's name) is patched on after the fact, which makes one wonder why the "ultimate" LIVE AND LET DIE producers saw fit to tinker with this "lost" piece of decayed footage in the first place, without restoring it using 21st Century technology (rather than patronizing the Bond groupies shelling out big bucks for an "ultimate" something). Bond fans expect eye candy, NOT eyesores!
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