The Man Behind the Curtain, by Scott Nye

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  1. Mark Grotzke says:

    I was fortunate enough to see this film in the great old Art Deco Uptown Theater in DC. It has a large curved screen, and I saw the 3D version, which worked nicely. The small, squarish, B & W segment hinted at what was to come a few times, for instance, as when a thrown object darted out of frame into the yet unused portion of the screen. Also enjoyed the kaleidoscopic B & W opening credits, and end credits; where a different curtain closing between credit frames was convincingly 3D and real looking, as though the grand old theater’s curtained screen itself was being paid tribute. Not saying much for the movie proper, though, I suppose, when my highlights were the opening & closing scenes.

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