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If this has been shared already, please let me know. It’s new to me. Mark Knopfler’s Celtic piece sets an unlikely mood for the desert location, but somehow, it works.
Is it true that many of the images are reversed?
8-mm and 16-mm movie film has sprocket holes on both edges, so there is nothing to prevent that film from being run through a projector "wrong-side out," as far as I can see. The sound track runs along only one edge of the film, so the showing of a movie with sound would be a silent one if the film had been reversed.