I saw this film at a historic theater in Denver and was impressed by the care and research put into the movie. The cinematography was rich, and the subjects—ghost towns which hold a silent history—share their mood and skeletal remains with the viewer. A testament to the changing times since the gold rush and the westward bound period, it is very interesting to see what little remains of a time gone by. The narration and score are excellent, and the material is profound.
Filmed lovingly with an emphasis on black and white, the mixed media presentation of motion shots with stills is perfect for the subject matter.
Looking forward to more films by this production company!
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