O Brother, Where Art Thou?—one of the many collaborations between the Coen Brothers and cinematographer Roger Deakins—is a film with a visual aesthetic that was heavily edited and altered in post-production using digital technology. It has a beautiful, rustic style that was developed after the footage was shot on film and then transferred to digital (and then re-transferred back to film). This experimental and meticulous process is talked about by Deakins and his crew in this fascinating interview feature, with in-depth discussion of their work dealing with the limitations of primary color balancing, celluloid to digital alterations, color correction, and how beneficial a digital post-production suite was to make possible the finished movie’s unique look. The video also serves as a somewhat amusing peek back to a time when such techniques were fairly new and just beginning to establish a dominance in the industry.