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Old 14-07-2008, 12:51   #11
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Dude, Nolan is the instigator!
Yes I know, so is he happy that most people who see the film wont be able to see it how he framed it?

I keep thinking surely he has made some sort of allowance so that you don have to watch this at a Imax to get full effect, but I cant find any thing to back this up.

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