Restored, 60 frames-per-second HD, color tinting, sound-augmented. Posted ten days ago. This kind of simulated realism of times and cultures past is a relatively new thing, and quite the unfettered window. Imagine Owen Wilson‘s Midnight in Paris character sampling 1920s Paris in this fashion, with most of the ancient artifacts eliminated. As I mentioned the other day, I’d really like a chance to re-savor classic Hollywood films at 60 fps. I know the purist argument against this, but where would be the harm to simply make 60 fps versions available?