Netflix is releasing "Kodachrome" soon. It's about the journey to the last Kodachrome development lab. It's out on April 20, and if this trailer is anything to go by, it's going to be good.
It's got a good cast, with Ed Harris, who has played roles in "Apollo 13" and "A Beautiful Mind," Jason Sudeikis, who I laughed at endlessly in "Horrible Bosses," and it stars Elizabeth Olson, who's been a "Captain America" franchise staple. She's Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's younger sister, which makes me feel very old.
It's a movie named after the classic Kodachrome film stock, with a storyline of a sick photographer discovering four spools of the film, a journey to find the last lab that can develop it, the documentation of moments, of being ill as well as of enjoyment, all of which seem to coexist in the movie. The coloring of the film also lends itself to the movies captured on film, and the scenes are reminiscent of a past time. It looks like it'll be a very enjoyable film, and of course, us photographers should like it twice as much. Check it out when it comes out later this month!