After seeing the 70 mm version I went to see the the DCP version;
the movie, according to the sources is ~5 minutes shorter, the missing scenes are not crucial to the film, so it is still the same movie, and it is still as god as it should be!
The real bad thing about the DCP in comparison to the film-print version are the shitty colours of the DCP version.
Booking tickets for two 70mm roadshow version screenings in one day was not a mistake. This has been / is the full cinematic experience.
If you have the opportunity to watch it from a 70mm film print , Do it!
I could write how good the movie is, but there are many, many reviews on the internet.
The only bad thing : In Europe that they don’t give you a nice paper program, as they do it in the US, but it is the only dislike I have.
Mr CINERAMA FRANCE – François Carrin, the owner of the film projection equipment, gave a nice introduction, showed some film prints and a lens during the intermission, which was a nice addition to the event.
I will watch it few more times in a theatre, and I hope the 70mm copies will be still in circulation for some time.
Thank you Mr Tarantino for one of the best cinematic christmas days ever.