This is kind of a slow 10 minute documentary, yet I found it utterly engrossing. Anyone with a connection to film developing and photography, and history, will appreciate this. Interesting exposition on the magic of film photography, the art of developing, wanting to preserve locked away history, the mystery of who even took these exquisite photographs. Fascinating they really are. Both in terms of subject and composition. Clearly this was someone with a good eye, some talent and a good camera. I was surprisingly absorbed by it.