"the Digital restoration gives colour to the past"
"They shall not grow old"
"Directed by Peter Jackson, after the stock footage from the Imperial war museum."
"DOCUMENTARY the First world war, told by british soldiers on the western front. Black and white scratched movies get new life thanks to digital technology that can get your breath away. A bit into the ”They shall not grow old”, the film becomes full color with the modern format and the people from the past come to life. Beginning with the volunteers who take the enlistment in 1914, learns to shoot and fight to the battles in the trenches and images from medical care. Survivors voices tells to the pictures and by reading the lips have stunts figured out what the soldiers say and recorded the lines in some scenes. "
"the Technicians have also corrected the speed which does not make that persons move jerkily, as in many silent films. It makes a big difference to create presence."
"”They shall not grow old” is released on uk dvd. Of the 100 hours of archival film has Peter Jackson clipped together 100 minutes on a page image of the first world war, 100 years after the peace. The soldiers ' voices and newsreels to show how the survivors viewed the war."
"From the bloody battles are few moving images, but illustrations from recent newspapers prisoners how they were perceived. Dumb stock footage speaks loudly to us today."