Comparison of THX 1138 Original vs The Director’s Cut
It was interesting to watch this, as some of the edits George Lucas makes to the new Director’s Cut, have very minimal effect on the overall movie (i.e. improving crashing car noises, or slightly upgrading the graphics or speed of video played in certain areas) however, there were a few things that would have made it easier for first time viewers, like myself, to understand the movie better. An example of this is the day after THX and LUH have had relations together, and all the people in the hall turn to stare at THX. At that point in time I had a vague idea to link the two together, however at the same time I was a little wary that perhaps they were staring at him for another reason.
In the Director’s Cut edition it’s hinted/visually shown that perhaps all these people were ‘watching’ them as they had relations, and the fact that at one point you see it on one of the TV screens makes this fact clearer to the viewer, as it’s more likely one of the people who were monitoring the videos would then pass it on to another person as an item of scorn.
A couple of these kind of edits were made and I think I would have found them a little useful in getting to understand THX 1138 a bit more.
At the same time I believe that if you don’t watch the original first, you might not have the same kind of appreciation for the ‘behind the scenes’ of the original. But that’s just my opinion
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