When the Full HD standard was introduced, it’s safe to say that many people were impressed with the clarity and detail that they got from their televisions/monitors. However UHD seems to be the rage these days, and while UHD televisions are still priced way beyond the budget for the average shopper, it did not stop countries such as Japan to help promote the format. NHK has revealed the world’s first UHD filmed short drama, titled “Beauties A La Carte” which is directed by Toshio Lee and is expected to be shown off at the Cannes Film Festival in a couple of months. While we’re not sure if the drama will be entertaining or a complete bust, it seems that the goal here is to show off the UHD format and hopefully be able to attract more giants in the industry to adopt said format.
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