FILM THEORY + PRACTICE

Using red light to fully illuminate or simply accent a subject can completely change the perception of a scene. Red lighting tends to add a sense of danger or urgency, but can also enhance passion and romance. Here is a look at red light used in a variety of films to convey different tones.
Music: "Tick of the Clock" by The Chromatics

Films Used (in order of appearance):
Drive
Bronson
One Hour Photo
Hard Eight
Spring Breakers
Dallas Buyers Club
Only God Forgives
Black Swan
Shame
Se7en
Captain Phillips
2001: A Space Odyssey
Godzilla (2014)
Predator
Batman and Robin
Batman Forever
Boyhood
Bleeder
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
The Runaways
Pusher
Crazy Beautiful
Halloween II (2009)
Powder Blue
Simon Killer
The World's End
The Aviator
Mean Streets
Goodfellas
Taxi Driver
Peeping Tom
Funny Face
Saturday Night Fever
Do the Right Thing
Silver Linings Playbook
Ocean's Twelve
Belly
Havoc
Pusher II
The Silence of the Lambs
Dahmer
Suspiria
Beyond the Black Rainbow
Saw
Mulholland Drive
Buried
Se7en
Die Hard
Birdman
Black Swan
Carrie (1976)
Insidious
Lost Highway
The Omen (1976)
Layover
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Beyond the Black Rainbow
Kill Bill Vol. 1
Under the Skin
Boogie Nights
Bronson
The Aviator

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