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on 8 October 2011
Not mentioned in other reviews is the truly excellent 9 Dalmuir West, short film of 1962 by Kevin brownlow. Featured here as an extra. It covers the last weekend of glasgows trams. Beautifully shot in grainy black and white, this 13 min. film is evocative and a real gem. Unearthed by the release of Winstanley, and presented here in HD It is a most pleasant trip back five decades to when all was different. Well worth the price on its own. An interesting thing to watch out for also, under the extras,is where they show before/after shots showing the results of the restoration. You will see one scene of some trees with just to the left of them overhead power lines! not nit picking, it just made me laugh, bearing in mind when Winstanley is set. Proves I've got too much time on my hands I suppose!
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