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"The Dark Knight"

The opening scene of “The Dark Knight” is a great place to start with on anamorphic systems. The movie opens in an IMAX format and transitions into CinemaScope.

The cinematography features the backdrop of a building top and the Joker’s henchmen breaking into the Gotham City bank. The colors of their masks are clean but somewhat muted.

By the time the Joker hops into the school bus for his escape, you should be fully engrossed into a movie you’ve probably already seen a few times.

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