Colorblind | Chicago Reader


Something clicks when a young artist meets the girlfriend of his business-oriented pal, and the two drift slowly into an illicit affair. Everyone speaks in monotones and looks as if they just woke from a nap. They stare pensively out of windows and say things like “What color is God?” and “For all I care, the past doesn't exist.” Director Wayde Nishimura parrots the cinematic vocabulary of Berman and Antonioni but replicates none of their tension and depth. In black and white (2003). 74 min.


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