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Jeaux Janovsky's Logs for the Creative Fire

whithertford:

what if FARGO (my ultimate favorite, hands down, no questions asked) was in B&W?
i tried watching this w/ the color switched off and it blew my mind and i’ve seen this film probably close to twenty times. 

Haha! Awesome! I used to do this all the time back at school! I’d turn any film, Batman, for instance, b/w and change the audio track to French and put on english subtitles! It totally makes any film amazing and sophisticated. :D
(not that batman ain’t amazing or sophisticated already. Burton’s Batman, btw)

whithertford:

what if FARGO (my ultimate favorite, hands down, no questions asked) was in B&W?

i tried watching this w/ the color switched off and it blew my mind and i’ve seen this film probably close to twenty times. 

Haha! Awesome! I used to do this all the time back at school! I’d turn any film, Batman, for instance, b/w and change the audio track to French and put on english subtitles! It totally makes any film amazing and sophisticated. :D

(not that batman ain’t amazing or sophisticated already. Burton’s Batman, btw)

(Source: culturalhall)