By capturing the lives of those living in an apparent state of compulsion and fixation toward a white glowing box, 'Twilight' leaves us all to reflect on the damaging complexities of addiction.
The dark and gritty scenes were softened in the grade, helping to reveal the poignant story behind the music.
Colourist, Jim Bracher, explains, "this was a very satisfying promo to work on, as the grade has such a large part to play in the narrative. The plot line involves the different stages of one person's life over a long period of time, so the grade had to reflect this and augment it.
This gave me the opportunity to create a defined look for each time period, while maintaining an overall feel. We used different levels of film grain and sharpness along with differing colour palettes to try to give a feel of the passing of time between the distinct sections, while all the way through keeping a cinematic look. It's always nice when your grade has such a direct influence on the story and this was the case on this one, even more so than usual."