Vertigo - A Look at Color in Film
There are so many things that make Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo brilliant and unique—its cinematography, symbolism, suspense, and its enigmatic ending, to name a few. But in this video essay, Society of Geeks focuses entirely on Hitchcock’s masterful use of color in Vertigo, which both advances story and lends depth to his characters.
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