Video: You may not realise it as you're watching a movie, but directors are manipulating how you feel by playing with certain colours in each scene. Here's a compilation of how the psychology of colour works in movies. For example, pink is often used to convey sweetness or femininity, while red is utilised for violence. Green for nature, blue for isolation. Lilly Mitz-Seara's video does a fine job in breaking it down below.
How Different Colours Convey Different Emotions In Movies
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