Visually Perfect Video Film Production of All Times
When someone mentions visually perfect films, it is rather easy to associate this with movies that lack real content and are based on images without portraying truly significant things. The fact that such video film production is so relevant visually does not mean the films don’t tell an interesting story. We’ve prepared the list of the most visually perfect color films for all connoisseurs of beauty.
Laurence Anyways, 2012 (Directed by Xavier Dolan)
Black Narcissus, 1947 (Directed by Michael Powell)
The Great Beauty (La Grande Bellezza), 2013 (Directed by Paolo Sorrentino)
Red Desert (Il Deserto Rosso), 1964 (Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni)
Blue is the Warmest Color (La vie d’Adèle), 2013 (Directed by Abdelatif Kechiche)
Delicatessen, 1990 (Directed by Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
Cries & Whispers (Viskningar Ich Rop), 1972 (Directed by Ingmar Bergman)
The Sacrifice (Offret), 1986 (Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky)
Barry Lyndon, 1975 (Directed by Stanley Kubrick)
If to talk about the best visually perfect video film production in the last five years, we’ve chosen three winners.
Her, 2013 (Directed by Spike Jonze)
These are the brightest examples of visually perfect video film production. If you think that this list is not full, you may offer your suggestions in the comments, and we will include those films in the next post.
You can also enjoy one more list from our team – visually perfect black and white films of all times.