I was watching the Keanu Reeves documentary Side by Side about the digital vs. film debate. George Lucas was obviously a key figure in the documentary because the prequels really introduced high definition video into mainstream Hollywood. I was surprised that so many cinematographers and directors interviewed were so down on the camera used for Attack of the Clones. Were they really that primitive and low resolution? I have never seen Clones on a big screen so I've never really been able to tell. Did it look different at the cinema from other films shot on 35mm around that time?