BLACK & CHROME
The other day, I watched a movie called MAD MAX FURY ROAD BLACK & CHROME.
The content of the latest MAD MAX series, which was released two years ago, is replaced with black and white and rescreened.
Director George Miller, who has continued to hold the megaphone since the first film, is now over 70 years old. I went to see the summer original color version first thing in the morning on the opening day.
After a while, I learned that there was a movie theater in western Tokyo that was screening the same movie as Bakuon.
Apparently, the sound system and engineers who are not just turning up the volume are paying the cost of ``disregarding profitability'' and ``preparing for a loss''.
I can't keep up with the immersive cinema that continues to evolve after 3D, but I'm moved by the loudness of the sound, and above all, I can't help but feel the romance of the movie theater's masculinity.
With that in mind, I headed to the theater, where I was immersed in the powerful worldview of the movie and the insane acoustics.
And the other day, when I was walking in Shinjuku, I saw a poster of MAD MAX on the wall of a movie theater called Shinjuku Piccadilly.
I wondered if it was still showing again, and when I looked closer, it said "Black & Chrome Edition".
With that foot in mind, I headed to the movie corner of Kinokuniya Bookstore diagonally across the street and opened the page of a movie magazine, where I found an article in which director George Miller declared, "This is the best specification." .
I returned to the theater feeling a third romance with the obsession and frenzied passion for the work.
I can't remember how long it's been since I've seen a black-and-white movie on a big screen in a theater, but it gives me an indescribable sense of wonder.
Maybe it's because the imagination tries to make up for the fact that one piece of information called color is omitted, but from the image that emphasizes shadows, the emotions conveyed by the person's expression, the hardness of the metal, the weight, the pain, etc. I felt like I was going to jump in in style.
Ah, I see, after all it's a shadow.
By the way
Speaking of shadows, leather jackets
Speaking of shadows, cooling fins
Things that make a man numb have shadows
Is it far-fetched?