So you finally decided to get your 16 year old film developed...
Post date: 2022-01-26 08:43:11
... but you discover that several rolls have not been rewound all the way into the cartridge. Do you assume they're unexposed and shoot them just for fun despite their age? Or do you assume they're precious memories and have them processed even though they might be blank? There are no helpful markings on the cartridges to indicate whether they've been exposed. This is 35mm film fwiw.
This is a question about decision-making, not about the potential problems with shooting and/or developing old film stock.