Isn't it marvelous! Now many of us who have never seen it in a decent version may begin to fairly judge CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT.
My initial impression is one of great mis-en-scene, superb camera work and tracking, some very good casting, synchronization better than I remember. The main problem, for me at least, may reside in the hurried editing of a lot of the line-readings, which speeds up the action, but does not add to understanding and deprives us of a certain necessary emotional closeness, which would seem approachable in many segments of the film otherwise.
That said: Thank you, thank you, thank you, mido505 (and VomBear, wherever you are)!