The power of colour as illustrated by Peter Jackson’s ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

 

This is the best example of the power of colour I have ever seen.

Peter Jackson and his team have taken film footage of the first world war, 100 years ago, and restored it, taking out the scratches, reducing the grain and above all, adding colour. Painstakingly frame by frame, even computer generating additional frames, working in full colour and sound. 100 Years ago, film was only in black and white and with out sound, think Charley Chaplin. This remake of material brings the war and its soldiers back to life and honours them in the most remarkable way, giving us a unique view of the war as seen by the soldiers themselves.  It is powerful and emotional.

Watch the full trailer below.

 

Cheers

la

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