2. Wiggle the film around
3. Pull the film out
These are the steps taken when putting a film through Digital Intermediate, a software that takes an already nice-looking film, transfers it to a computer digitally, and then lets the digital editor decide how much film grain they want to blur out, how ugly they want the colors to look, etc. Basically, it gives these editors the freedom to make the film look as processed and artificial as they please, with the aid of digital technology.