“We didn’t want to use colors that would distract the viewer,” says Geller. “We wanted to make a dark, mysterious place.”
So, Geller’s job was to make sure the images were designed to be unnerving, yet mysterious (a theme the team has explored in other films, most recently the psychological film A Scanner Darkly).
“And we did! I can’t really tell anymore, so I can’t even tell you the name of the film but it’s a dark story with some elements of the supernatural,” he says.
The film received mixed reviews. Some people thought it was too gory and disturbing, while others thought it was a very sad film.
“We tried to be very ambiguous with every image we created,” Geller remarks. “When it came to choosing the titles we thought they were so important, so I asked the artists to consider those and we just thought about it. It’s a very complicated film but the whole story seems to be built out of simple elements.”
And what about the color?
“I tried to incorporate a very dark color to bring a sinister atmosphere but there are a lot of colors out there in the world but I think we did a good job,” he says. “I think people should read the movie so we’ll see the colors that the artist chose to use.”
What were the most memorable scenes in the movie?
“The first scene where we’re just walking together and I’m talking about this beautiful, warm place (where he meets his partner) is my favorite moment. When they go to bed, it’s very relaxing, but that was the first time we had that kind of intimate moment and I was so glad that in my life, that happens so often.”
Other scenes are “just more surreal,” he continues, including the last scene in which the two men walk through a forest, which Geller describes as “a totally different way to film it.”
“It was a different angle. We were just standing there in the forest. We were walking on the forest and I had the light on my nose, but I couldn’t see very well because my eyes were closed,” says Geller. “And we saw some beautiful trees and the water, but also some trees that are not there. The trees of the forest are just so beautiful that you can’t really see them. But with the light on my nose and I was just so close to the
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