Visual impacts manager Dennis Muren was in the main screening, along with “Symbol” maker Jon Landau, high-outline rate pioneer Douglas Trumbull and various different VIPs. Muren, a companion of Lee’s since they cooperated on “Mass,” told Variety, “I thought it was astonishing and staggeringly passionate. I began to converse with Ang about the innovation stuff and said ‘What the hell am I discussing? It’s a passionate film. I’m absolutely with this person and the experience he’s experiencing, as if I was there, right now, taking a gander at it.’ Muren, an aficionado of high edge rate silver screen, said of the 120fps organization, “You can see the distinction. What’s more, feel the distinction. It’s truly about feeling.”
The central issue numerous had coming in was: Will it look like TV. The response to that was “yes and no.” Several individuals felt that for the initial few moments, they thought it resembled a TV cleanser, however it rapidly started to have a craving for nothing they’d seen some time recently.