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Interstellar: WWG
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This is Interstellar with some adjustments to make dialogue and character interactions feel more natural, and with the removal of what feels to me like forced conflict. In particular, this edit completely removes the conflict between Murphy and Tom on the farm. There is no intercutting back to Earth while Cooper is in distress on Mann's planet.
Intention:
For me, Interstellar is a film of many highs and a few lows, but the lows really drag it down. My intention was to remove some of them and create a version I would enjoy more on repeat viewings.
Additional Notes:
There are two versions of this edit: The original from 2022 and a complete rebuild from 2024. The 2022 version was my first attempt at fan editing. I created it with Flowblade (free-as-in-beer linux software). While it was well received, coming back to it years later revealed some pretty significant audio editing issues (in my opinion). There were also a couple changes that I attempted that just weren't as successful as I'd hoped. In 2024 I decided to completely recreate the edit using Vegas. The two versions are very similar. Many of the specific changes are identical, but some are implemented in different ways. For instance the "Ammonia" sequence is largely the same in terms of structure, but I used different cuts, different audio, and a different music mix, so an A/B comparison will reveal many differences. Generally speaking, from an editing perspective 2024 is the same but with better audio editing. However, there are also some significant differences: * 2022 features music from Simon&Garfunkel, while 2024 is 100% Hans Zimmer * 2024 attempts to fix the timing plot hole on Miller's, while 2022 did not. * The 2024 version includes a hybrid greyscale/colour release (as well as full colour).
Other Sources:
Interstellar OST, several Simon&Garfunkel CDs (2022 version), and many sounds from freesound.org.
Special Thanks:
2022:
theomega for taking a close look/listen at a very important bit of looping/ADR
Wraith for help with the titles, the audio mix, and for countless previews.
ArtisDead for early engagement in my ITW thread, assistance with the poster, consistent and timely guidance, and networking with other editors.
ArtisDead, Wraith, and INIGHTMARES for pushing me to aim for "great" instead of "good".

2024:
daedal for previewing the critical "Ammonia" section
The Scribbling Man for taking a listen to key bit of editing on Miller's
GarStazi for feedback in the forum and interest in the project
Release Information:
Digital
Cuts and Additions:
The following is for the 2024 version. For notes on the 2022 release, please see the forum thread.

* Hybrid greyscale/colour presentation (alternate full colour version available).
* Moved "Were you dreaming of the crash?" earlier in the first scene. "Dad?.....We're you dreaming about the crash?"
* Removed redundant, "Get your butt back in bed, Murph".
* Removed "That's not a dust storm".
* Removed repopulate the earth / old man dialogue. Instead, cut after "should have planted corn like the rest of us."
* Adjusted the shot of Murphy shifting to 2nd gear so we don't see her push forward instead of back.
* During discussion with the school principal, removed questioning about tax dollars.
* School scene ends on, "...calmer one." because I think it's a funnier cut.
* Removed "We used to look up at the sky and wonder...."
* Removed Cooper threatening to turn TARS into a vacuum cleaner.
* Removed "...nobody stumbles out".
* Removed Cooper awkwardly trying to explain how they found NASA.
* Removed Amelia's eye-roll.
* Removed Cooper's concern about him and his daughter being killed (the group's reactions feel forced).
* Adjusted timing on, "And this is the mission you were trained for."
* Removed "But something sent you here.". Now, Brand just says, "We had no choice.".
* Removed "That's no long shot".
* Removed "Population bomb" line.
* Removed "My kids?" after "You'd give up on them?".
* Removed "We farmers, we sit here..." dialogue.
* Removed "I can't be your ghost now / I need to exist" dialogue.
* Removed Murphy's kick when Donald catches her.
* After "Bring a lot.", removed the shot of the Endurance spinning. Replaced it with different shot (showing Earth) so I can-repurpose this one.
* Removed Cooper telling Brand to look after his kids.
* Removed Brand reading the poem (#1).
* After the fade out, cut to the earlier shot of the Endurance spinning, which bridges to the shot of the Earth spinning from the interior angle.
* Removed "Out here we face great odds. Death." dialogue.
* Shortened transit of Saturn and changed music (Organ Variation).
* Removed scene with Romilly telling Cooper why the wormhole looks the way it does. Instead, cut to wormhole entry after "Navigationally.".
* Removed Amelia saying, "First handshake".
* Removed conflict between Cooper and Doyle about plan A vs. plan B.
* During landing on Miller's planet, added a silent memory from Cooper's crash.
* Removed one of the external shots that doesn't seem to match their altitude.
* When Doyle gets swept away by the wave, removed single frame jump cut of Amelia turning.
* Removed TARS repeating what they know about the signal repeating.
* Removed discussion/speculation about how the beings perceive time, about jumping into a black hole, and so on. This dialogue is a mix of spoilers (eg. things we learn in the tesseract), information the characters shouldn't have (Amelia knowing how they exist), and foreshadowing (Cooper going into the blackhole).
* Added a transitionary sequence to increase the perceived amount of time before the next wave hits.
* Removed Amelia's lines about thinking she understood relativity ("Real life is different.")
* Removed scene of Brand reading the poem to Amelia (#2).
* Removed Amelia pointing out there's no utility in loving people who have died. For a biologist, she should really have a better grasp of evolution.
* Removed Amelia saying love might be some "evidence or artifact of a higher dimension". [citation needed]
* Removed "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends time and space." [citation needed]
* Removed dinner table scene at the farm, since it's primarily there to set up Coop Jr's cough.
* Removed Brand Sr. starting to recite the poem while he dies (#3).
* Removed shot showing Murph's broadcast to the crew as they head down to Mann's planet. Instead, intercut to Cooper piloting the ship.
* Removed frozen cloud.
* During conversation with Mann, removed Cooper asking Romily to re-re explain how black holes work.
* Removed "the monstrous lie".
* After this scene, instead of cutting back to Earth, cut to Cooper getting ready to return to Earth.
* There are 29 cuts in the "Ammonia" sequence, from the time Brand and Mann begin walking, and we move to the in-orbit sequence. This sequence required a near-complete audio rebuild, and a lot of scene juggling. I won't list all of them, but here's the high level summary:
* Mann no longer discusses humans vs. robots, survival instinct, seeing your kids before death. All of this discussion is just foreshadowing for events that happen a very short time later, which makes it very clunky, in my opinion.
* Removed Mann reciting the poem while Cooper is dying (#4)
* After Mann pushes Cooper down the cliff, cut to Romily entering the hab.
* After the first bit of fighting between Mann and Cooper, cut to Romilly/TARS, then back to Mann/Cooper ("I don't understand" ... "You faked all the data").
* While Cooper is struggling, removed all cuts back to the farm on Earth.
* Removed cuts back to the farm while Mann leaves orbit and heads to the Endurance.
* Removed an external shot of the Ranger pitching down (only exists to help intercutting with the farm).
* During "docking", removed "It's not possible / No, it's necessary".
* After docking, removed line about "my next trick" and Amelia's laugh. Jump cut to them entering the Endurance.
* When Cooper says, "Give it to me straight." we cut back to Earth for the discussion between Getty and Murphy about Brand's math equation and how it's "useless".
* When Getty asks how they can get the other half of the answer, Murph no longer says, "Out there? A black hole. Down here?"
* After, "I have a plan", cut to Murphy and Getty arriving at the house.
* Removed lines about the critical orbit and Cooper piloting manually.
* Insert shot of Murph entering the bedroom.
* After Murph finds the watch, cut back to the Endurance.
* Alternate sequence when Cooper passes out. (burning corn removed).
* During the tesseract, removed all shots of the corn burning. Removed Getty yelling to Murph, etc.
* Removed shot of Murphy looking at other objects from the box.
* Removed "Love TARS, love."
* Inserted shot of the farm w/storm in the background for continuity and to explain Murph's reaction.
* Removed Murphy running out to show her brother the watch. Instead, cut straight to the binary math montage.
* Removed Murphy kissing Getty.
* Removed "It's traditional".
* Removed explicit shots of Cooper in the wormhole so it's more ambiguous.
* When Cooper wakes up, removed the doctor's lines about him no longer being a "spring chicken" and talking about his age.
* Removed redundant "take it slow", etc. Instead, doctor explains what happened much sooner.
* Removed Cooper stopping to look a the hanger while he's being guided to the house.
* Removed TARS asking, "Is this really what it was like?"
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Original Release Date:
2014
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169 minutes
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149 minutes
Subtitles Available:
Available in HD:
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Synopsis:
This is Interstellar with some adjustments to make dialogue and character interactions feel more natural, and with the removal of what feels to me like forced conflict. In particular, this edit completely removes the conflict between Murphy and Tom on the farm. There is no intercutting back to Earth while Cooper is in distress on Mann's planet.
Intention:
For me, Interstellar is a film of many highs and a few lows, but the lows really drag it down. My intention was to remove some of them and create a version I would enjoy more on repeat viewings.
Additional Notes:
There are two versions of this edit: The original from 2022 and a complete rebuild from 2024. The 2022 version was my first attempt at fan editing. I created it with Flowblade (free-as-in-beer linux software). While it was well received, coming back to it years later revealed some pretty significant audio editing issues (in my opinion). There were also a couple changes that I attempted that just weren't as successful as I'd hoped. In 2024 I decided to completely recreate the edit using Vegas. The two versions are very similar. Many of the specific changes are identical, but some are implemented in different ways. For instance the "Ammonia" sequence is largely the same in terms of structure, but I used different cuts, different audio, and a different music mix, so an A/B comparison will reveal many differences. Generally speaking, from an editing perspective 2024 is the same but with better audio editing. However, there are also some significant differences: * 2022 features music from Simon&Garfunkel, while 2024 is 100% Hans Zimmer * 2024 attempts to fix the timing plot hole on Miller's, while 2022 did not. * The 2024 version includes a hybrid greyscale/colour release (as well as full colour).
Other Sources:
Interstellar OST, several Simon&Garfunkel CDs (2022 version), and many sounds from freesound.org.
Special Thanks:
2022:
theomega for taking a close look/listen at a very important bit of looping/ADR
Wraith for help with the titles, the audio mix, and for countless previews.
ArtisDead for early engagement in my ITW thread, assistance with the poster, consistent and timely guidance, and networking with other editors.
ArtisDead, Wraith, and INIGHTMARES for pushing me to aim for "great" instead of "good".

2024:
daedal for previewing the critical "Ammonia" section
The Scribbling Man for taking a listen to key bit of editing on Miller's
GarStazi for feedback in the forum and interest in the project
Release Information:
Digital
Cuts and Additions:
The following is for the 2024 version. For notes on the 2022 release, please see the forum thread.

* Hybrid greyscale/colour presentation (alternate full colour version available).
* Moved "Were you dreaming of the crash?" earlier in the first scene. "Dad?.....We're you dreaming about the crash?"
* Removed redundant, "Get your butt back in bed, Murph".
* Removed "That's not a dust storm".
* Removed repopulate the earth / old man dialogue. Instead, cut after "should have planted corn like the rest of us."
* Adjusted the shot of Murphy shifting to 2nd gear so we don't see her push forward instead of back.
* During discussion with the school principal, removed questioning about tax dollars.
* School scene ends on, "...calmer one." because I think it's a funnier cut.
* Removed "We used to look up at the sky and wonder...."
* Removed Cooper threatening to turn TARS into a vacuum cleaner.
* Removed "...nobody stumbles out".
* Removed Cooper awkwardly trying to explain how they found NASA.
* Removed Amelia's eye-roll.
* Removed Cooper's concern about him and his daughter being killed (the group's reactions feel forced).
* Adjusted timing on, "And this is the mission you were trained for."
* Removed "But something sent you here.". Now, Brand just says, "We had no choice.".
* Removed "That's no long shot".
* Removed "Population bomb" line.
* Removed "My kids?" after "You'd give up on them?".
* Removed "We farmers, we sit here..." dialogue.
* Removed "I can't be your ghost now / I need to exist" dialogue.
* Removed Murphy's kick when Donald catches her.
* After "Bring a lot.", removed the shot of the Endurance spinning. Replaced it with different shot (showing Earth) so I can-repurpose this one.
* Removed Cooper telling Brand to look after his kids.
* Removed Brand reading the poem (#1).
* After the fade out, cut to the earlier shot of the Endurance spinning, which bridges to the shot of the Earth spinning from the interior angle.
* Removed "Out here we face great odds. Death." dialogue.
* Shortened transit of Saturn and changed music (Organ Variation).
* Removed scene with Romilly telling Cooper why the wormhole looks the way it does. Instead, cut to wormhole entry after "Navigationally.".
* Removed Amelia saying, "First handshake".
* Removed conflict between Cooper and Doyle about plan A vs. plan B.
* During landing on Miller's planet, added a silent memory from Cooper's crash.
* Removed one of the external shots that doesn't seem to match their altitude.
* When Doyle gets swept away by the wave, removed single frame jump cut of Amelia turning.
* Removed TARS repeating what they know about the signal repeating.
* Removed discussion/speculation about how the beings perceive time, about jumping into a black hole, and so on. This dialogue is a mix of spoilers (eg. things we learn in the tesseract), information the characters shouldn't have (Amelia knowing how they exist), and foreshadowing (Cooper going into the blackhole).
* Added a transitionary sequence to increase the perceived amount of time before the next wave hits.
* Removed Amelia's lines about thinking she understood relativity ("Real life is different.")
* Removed scene of Brand reading the poem to Amelia (#2).
* Removed Amelia pointing out there's no utility in loving people who have died. For a biologist, she should really have a better grasp of evolution.
* Removed Amelia saying love might be some "evidence or artifact of a higher dimension". [citation needed]
* Removed "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends time and space." [citation needed]
* Removed dinner table scene at the farm, since it's primarily there to set up Coop Jr's cough.
* Removed Brand Sr. starting to recite the poem while he dies (#3).
* Removed shot showing Murph's broadcast to the crew as they head down to Mann's planet. Instead, intercut to Cooper piloting the ship.
* Removed frozen cloud.
* During conversation with Mann, removed Cooper asking Romily to re-re explain how black holes work.
* Removed "the monstrous lie".
* After this scene, instead of cutting back to Earth, cut to Cooper getting ready to return to Earth.
* There are 29 cuts in the "Ammonia" sequence, from the time Brand and Mann begin walking, and we move to the in-orbit sequence. This sequence required a near-complete audio rebuild, and a lot of scene juggling. I won't list all of them, but here's the high level summary:
* Mann no longer discusses humans vs. robots, survival instinct, seeing your kids before death. All of this discussion is just foreshadowing for events that happen a very short time later, which makes it very clunky, in my opinion.
* Removed Mann reciting the poem while Cooper is dying (#4)
* After Mann pushes Cooper down the cliff, cut to Romily entering the hab.
* After the first bit of fighting between Mann and Cooper, cut to Romilly/TARS, then back to Mann/Cooper ("I don't understand" ... "You faked all the data").
* While Cooper is struggling, removed all cuts back to the farm on Earth.
* Removed cuts back to the farm while Mann leaves orbit and heads to the Endurance.
* Removed an external shot of the Ranger pitching down (only exists to help intercutting with the farm).
* During "docking", removed "It's not possible / No, it's necessary".
* After docking, removed line about "my next trick" and Amelia's laugh. Jump cut to them entering the Endurance.
* When Cooper says, "Give it to me straight." we cut back to Earth for the discussion between Getty and Murphy about Brand's math equation and how it's "useless".
* When Getty asks how they can get the other half of the answer, Murph no longer says, "Out there? A black hole. Down here?"
* After, "I have a plan", cut to Murphy and Getty arriving at the house.
* Removed lines about the critical orbit and Cooper piloting manually.
* Insert shot of Murph entering the bedroom.
* After Murph finds the watch, cut back to the Endurance.
* Alternate sequence when Cooper passes out. (burning corn removed).
* During the tesseract, removed all shots of the corn burning. Removed Getty yelling to Murph, etc.
* Removed shot of Murphy looking at other objects from the box.
* Removed "Love TARS, love."
* Inserted shot of the farm w/storm in the background for continuity and to explain Murph's reaction.
* Removed Murphy running out to show her brother the watch. Instead, cut straight to the binary math montage.
* Removed Murphy kissing Getty.
* Removed "It's traditional".
* Removed explicit shots of Cooper in the wormhole so it's more ambiguous.
* When Cooper wakes up, removed the doctor's lines about him no longer being a "spring chicken" and talking about his age.
* Removed redundant "take it slow", etc. Instead, doctor explains what happened much sooner.
* Removed Cooper stopping to look a the hanger while he's being guided to the house.
* Removed TARS asking, "Is this really what it was like?"
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My review of the 2022 version:
I love the original film, but I do love this version even more. So many "small" edits to make this a focused story, now it never leaves the main themes. I've never noticed the many small annoyances (that are kinda frequent on Christopher Nolan's films, despite his genious) that make the film a little less enjoyable. All of them are gone here, and what an experience it is now! Never going back to the original, this is it for me!

Edit June 17, 2024, adding my review of the hybrid greyscale/color 2024 version:
Love the idea of a hybrid greyscale/color, mimicking Nolan’s other films. A very interesting meta-reference! A lot of small annoyances were trimmed or removed (like Amelia's eye-roll, it was just awkward).
Funny, the editor really doesn’t like the poem, hum? The film and the story don’t lose anything without it, that’s true; and it was overused into gratuitousness.
I like both the wormhole and Gargantua scenes in greyscale; the visual effects are still clear but things became more abstract and immaterial; it’s a really cool effect and it helps with the narrative.

The small shot from Cooper's crash is a smart editing choice when they’re landing on Miller's planet, it increases the tension a lot. Really effective editing in the section “before the next wave hits”; the sound and the slow fades are a very elegant solution to make the perceived time inapprehensible, something like a “Temporal Fog”. The wide shots on Mann’s planet become incredible in greyscale; then again, I’m really into greyscale (when it’s done right).

Another great editing showcase at the "Ammonia" sequence; it was too dispersed in the original, and the stakes at the 3 different places weren’t nearly at the same level, so it felt weird. Focusing only on the 2 main things happening, and limiting the intercutting between them, improved this section a lot.

Also, no burning the corn; this idea is really preposterous and corny (sorry…) And removing the scenes with all the yelling and the family melodrama actually focus the film in the main “concurrent” events, the Tesseract and Murphy brilliantly realizing who the Ghost was. Amazing editing here! The reveal “It was you” becomes so much better without all the yelling and the forced countdown of Tom returning (while making Tom less of a jerk).
Also, Murph's face as a reaction to the storm approaching the farm was very nice editing.

Side thought: what created the conditions to save Humanity were both Cooper’s love for his children and Mann’s cowardice / desperation; this is great writing. This is emphasized in this edit, because of the many changes to the film’s final section.

I can’t say enough good things about Cooper “falling” into Tesseract and color gradually returning to the world; this section became mesmerizing and truly unique. The color helps to give the impression that Cooper is truly outside of time / in another dimension.
And cutting to both young Murph’s and adult Murph’s time in greyscale really works, this is impressive!

Issues:
- at 0h38m11, the audio intensity drops very suddenly, then goes back up after 1.5s
- starting at 02h02m30, in my interpretation the way the section is edited was meant to show (using formalism) Cooper’s fluctuating consciousness. The sudden cuts to black (and silence) and then the audio and video suddenly returning should work, but the number of times it happens (like going off and on and off again) is a bit too much. The quick flash of video and sound at 02h02m33 is the worst offender, regarding what I’m trying to describe.
What worked for me in this section: the cut to young Murphy at 02h02m37 was perfect; the slow audio fade-in at 02h02m43 is a great example of things working fine (that’s a great way to represent someone slowly regaining conscience), this was much better than in the original.
- at 2h16m23, after the (really cool) section of Cooper going through the wormhole in color and encountering Brand in greyscale, there are a few frames that show the inside of the Endurance (in color, which shouldn’t happen), these are clearly editing leftovers. They appear just before the cut to Cooper floating in space.
- at 2h17m39, the line “Nice of you to name the place after me“ and the Nurse giggling is a ridiculous bit. It could be cut. Even if Humanity believes it owes Murph for being able to leave Earth, it is clearly shown later that they also respect the Lazarus and Endurance teams as heroes. Also, the guy just “traveled” 89 years to the future. Why is the Nurse making fun of him for not being updated with the news from Earth?
Side note: the way Cooper says “Cooper Station” is actually a great line, that shouldn’t be cut. I can imagine this scene being much better like this: “Cooper Station”, then showing the doctor’s condescending face, then Copper “What?”, then “The station wasn’t named after you, sir ... It was named after your daughter.” This would be much better, imo.

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VISUAL EDITING: Many of the cuts (and there were MANY) went unnoticed by me, which is incredible considering how many there were. A small handful of the edits were slightly more obvious to me because I have seen the movie a dozen times, but if I hadn't I seriously doubt I would have noticed.

DIALOGUE: Almost all of works but there were a few lines that were removed that I personally really enjoyed from the original ("and now for our next trick" really breaks the intense tension, and I always liked Amelia's laugh). Just personal preference though.

MUSIC CHANGES: I did really enjoy the folk music spread throughout, giving the movie a more classic-sci-fi-1970's feel. The new soundtrack is refreshingly upbeat and I can certainly see the benefits that it provides to a movie that is very heavy and dark throughout, BUT I personally prefer the original soundtrack as it feels more like the weight of the universe crushing down, which fits narratively.

NARRATIVE: The most striking narrative improvement was to the watch scene at the end, with the removal of the fire subplot. I always felt like it distracted from the already horrifying reality of being trapped in a tesseract, and why wouldn't she be allowed to visit her old bedroom?

LOVE?: Even though it never bothered me personally, I know a lot of people always hated the idea that love or human emotions can cross the dimensions, so I think the edit works to remove this sentimentality. My only issue is the edit should have also removed Brandt touching the ghost hand of Cooper in the wormhole since that is never explained. The whole point of that is that he and Brandt are connected emotionally, but not in this edit so much. That handshake could have been cut entirely in my opinion.
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Overall given the sheer magnitude of this edit, the enormous number of changes, the vast improvement to the ending sequence, this is great, great work. If this had the original soundtrack only it would be a 10/10 for me.

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Where We’re Going is better than the original in my opinion. The most important change is the treatment given to older Tom and his refusal to leave the farm. Removing these scenes greatly ameliorates the experience. I wonder if it was originally there only to give Murph a reason to go back to the farm?
The music added is also interesting. It’s folk, it’s grounded, it reminds us of the fields and the earth. I wish it didn’t replace the sound of rain and thunder in Cooper’s ‘‘iPod’’ though. That one moment in the original movie made me feel insignificant and alone. I was riveted to my seat and impressed by the imagery of Saturn overlaid with the background noise of Earth’s weather. Where we’re going uses music instead and misses to make me feel something other than nostalgia.
Other audio cuts have gotten me out of the movie for a second and both are similar but not really bad. We can hear Professor Brand and Murph talking, in two different scenes, when their lips aren’t moving. In the case of Brand I know it’s a creative choice, in Murph’s case I guess it was just a hard cut to make. And that’s it, only these minor nit picks for the entire movie.
I really like the credits at the beginning, simple but efficient. I like the various cuts made to dialogue, they all feel relevant to me. And I think they achieve the goal of getting better pacing throughout the movie.
I will rewatch Interstellar and when I do, I’ll be watching Futon’s edit for sure!

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This edit is flawless, it is very well done. So well done that I could not tell where the changes were made. Great work!

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This edit is absolutely superb in every way, loved it from beginning to end.

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This edit really polishes an already fantastic film into a greater one by improving the pace, especially the later farm scenes.

If I had one nitpick, it's that the added music didn't really fit the film. This is my opinion, of course.

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