I finally sat down and watched the movie "Kodachrome" with Ed Harris and Jason Sudekis. There are many lines in that movie that nail the "why" of film photography and the " why" of photography in general. I enjoyed the movie. While it was predictable, the performances range from nuanced to solid. It tackles the themes of life, the struggle to stay relevant, the preservation of historic processes, the need to make amends, the deep loss of a bygone process, and the need to feel loved. In the movie, Ben states that photographers are "preservationists." He is right. We should be committing the most important moments to film, to preserve for future generations.