‘The irish’ Martin Scorsese has already landed in Netflix after passing by the cinema, and even though there has been a kind of consensus to assess the quality of the film for the good of Marty, the public and critics have questioned the quality and the effect of its most controversial aspect.
I’m talking, of course, of the technology of rejuvenation digital with which it was removed a few years of above Robert De Niro and company. A resource that has generated a vast amount of debate since its leaping to the fore in 2006 with ‘X-Men: The final decision’, and back to tinker for the umpteenth time with the valley disturbing thirteen years later.
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But, what is this technique an abomination-generating material for our worst nightmares? is what, When, why, and in what situations does it work?what Is its use in ‘The irish’ cash? To reflect on these issues and delve deeper into this topic, I bring you this video fresh out of the oven in which, in addition, you can see some examples between the grotesque and the more than decent.
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