Yes, I know Kodachrome is dead. I'm actually quite sad, but as a photographer I can't resist letting a (potentially) good roll of film go to waste. So here is how I found this roll. I was cleaning out the closet and a camera bag fell on me, low and behold I found a Nikon F3 Huzzah! (The mirror springs don't work...) Inside the bag is an unexposed roll of Kodachrome 64 K-14. Now, I have absolutely no idea how this film was stored, so let's say room temperature, or how old it is, but I want to shoot it. I'm in love with the idea of expired film shots. They look so dreamy and surreal. So if the ISO is 64 and the film potentially 20 years old, how long should I expose it, if it's able to be exposed at all? And after that any tips on developing it in D-76? A quick look through here and the internet yielded some results but few had any consistent ideas.