Unformatted text preview: Within the film there is a contrast of colors. There are parts when Mrs.Chow is wearing bright colors, with her huge turtle neck and all, then there are times when there are only grey,black and whites, usually in the ally scenes or when she is meeting with Mr.Chan. One way he could use these color's is to set apart feeling's between the characters and the actual state they may be going through. Like when Mrs.Chow is in bright colors and is in a lively environment then she is confident and content with her surroundings. But when the colors are changed to more pastel then, it shows the uncertainty of the relationship between Mr.Chan and Mrs.Chow. Wong's directing can be summed up as "his own." There are many different elements within his film including lighting, mood emphasis and color composition that he uses to portray a more elusive and unique setting....
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- Spring '08
- Light, Feeling, Film director, Wong Kar-wai, In the Mood for Love