So my little project to digitize old films from over 40 years ago is under way - I'm just waiting to receive it. I was thinking about how best to add commentary, to describe what is going on and who is depicted. I thought of inter-scene "titles" and "lower third" labels. It's silent, so I also thought I'd sit my parents down (separately...) in front of it and record a "commentary track" like on DVDs (actors) or documentaries. This is stuff neither of my parents has seen in over 40 years. And so I also thought I wouldn't let them get a preview, so that the commentary captures their genuine reaction. Could get kind of emotional though, stirring up things from 40 years ago. Taking a page from Ken Burns, I guess the audio commentary is the way to go?