I don't know if there are any bokeh-enthusiasts on this forum? (<- a rhetorical question) The other evening I watched "Killing Them Softly" which is the latest collaboration between director/writer Andrew Dominik and actor Brad Pitt. The previous one was of course "The Assasination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (which is possibly one of the best, and thereby most underestimated, movies of the last decade). Anyway, as I was watching the openening scenes of the movie, I straight away noticed the familiar look of vintage bokeh. As I did some research, it turns out that the cinematography of the film was deliberately developed to get a creamy, vintage look: The ASC -- American Cinematographer: Dead Man’s Hand Cinematography aside, it's also a great movie, with an off-beat and indie feel to it but with some studio clout and a-list actors. Highly recommended to cineasts and bokeh buffs alike. But not a family movie as such.