did you feel like it was slightly in fast motion, or was there just a goof up on the part of the projectionist when I went to see it?
I am just wondering because the audio didn't seem noticeably distorted or out of synch or anything, but everything was moving just a bit too fast. It looked strangely comedic at some fairly serious parts.
I've read that it was filmed in 48 frames per second, as opposed to 24. Some people commented that it was hard to get used to. It's not something I could really tell a difference with... But I wonder if the projectors at my theater just can't play the 48 fps?