First 100 to sign up get a 2 month trial for free:http://skl.sh/filmradar The new Film Radar video essay covers Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver" and how it uses colors and costuming to establish and develop characters. In his own words Wright likes to "color code" his characters to help differentiate between them on screen, but it also makes for an excellent opportunity to inform the audience about the characters in a more subdued way than through boring exposition. Please consider supporting this channel through Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/filmradar Or through a one time PayPal donation: https://paypal.me/danielnetzel This video was written and edited by Daniel Netzel: https://www.danielnetzel.com Sources: Fantastic Hollywood Reporter interview that I used some audio clips from. The full interview has lots of juicy information that any Edgar Wright fan shouldn't miss. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bzUAVnXiBw Nerdist's interview with Courtney Hoffman(the film's costume designer): http://nerdist.com/baby-driver-costumes-color-jon-hamm-jaime-foxx-ansel-elgort/ Follow me: http://www.patreon.com/filmradar http://www.facebook.com/thefilmradar http://www.twitter.com/film_radar.
2017 Oct 11, 03:13:18