"We did a lot of test, side by side stuff digital and film stock. And after a while everybody said it's easier to handle all the make up stuff with film than with digital because with digital it is so clear and precise you see everything and film is more organic and adds more so we shot the whole movie on film stock" said cinematographer Frank Griebe.
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