A side-by-side comparison of the complete restoration of Murnau's Nosferatu. The master supplied for this restoration was an HDCAM telecined at 24fps from a reconstruction of the feature based on a variety of film sources. The film elements featured various levels of distress and damage - from tears and mold to scratches, generation fading and instability. The master included telecine errors. The film was stabilised then repaired frame-by-frame. The entire process took Adam Hawkes, the restoration artist, working alone, approximately 9 months. The primary tool used was Pixel Farm's PF Clean.