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First Hollywood feature shot in high frame rate receives mixed reviews

Two-time Oscar winning director Ang Lee recently premiered his latest film, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk to New York audiences giving the general public their first glimpse of the possible future of cinema exhibition. Shot and exhibited in a state-of-the-art 3D, 4K, 120 frames-per-second format, the screening seemingly left audiences unsure as to whether this degree of heightened resolution helps or hinders the cinematic experience.
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