Video: Films by Guillermo del Toro are always worth watching because they're set in imaginative worlds that are filled with monsters and creatures and, apparently, drenched in colour. Quentin Dumas stitched this video together to show how del Toro uses red, blue and yellow tones (and sometimes all of them) to paint his films in order to evoke specific emotions. The Manilow soundtrack to the video works so well.
The Expert Use Of Colour In Films By Guillermo Del Toro
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