USA 1963, 101 Min., Direktor: Samuel Fuller
Colour can be dangerous. The sudden eruption of colour into a black and white film landscape is a shocking jolt. Samuel Fuller’s thriller Shock Corridor (1963) makes use of precisely this effect. Although the colour sequences only pop up for a few seconds, they come crashing like a psychosis into the black and white film presenting a seemingly traumatized, American post-war world.
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