'Cinema Palettes' is a Twitter account that creates color palettes of well-known scenes in film.
The account has over 40,000 followers and posts frequently, always open to ideas from those who Tweet out their requests. Although the concept seems rather strange, the color palettes created by the account's users offer an insight into the unique style of each film.
By comparing the color palettes, it becomes more clear how each director expresses their iconic style in a subtle way and how different moods are set. In addition to showing the style and mood of each film, the color palettes reflect the time the films were made in. The account's most recent color palettes include 2014's 'Nightcrawler,' 2003's 'Lost in Translation,' and the 1980's 'The Blues Brothers' among other famous titles.
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