My good friend, Donna Hole, has done an entire post reviewing my historical fantasy, RITES OF PASSAGE :
Go visit and tell her what a great friend she is for doing this, will you?
NOW, BACK TO OUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED POST :
There is a fascinating article on Flavorwire :
Director Steven Soderbergh's believes that 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' is way better without color. When he wasn’t busy filming Haywire or talking about retiring, the director spent the last year watching some very good films and reading copious amounts of books/plays/short stories.
A couple fascinating take-aways from the list:
Soderbergh saw The Social Network 4 times before it hit theaters and watched Raiders of the Lost Ark in black and white 3 times in 6 days.
3D is the current craze, but could color in films have robbed us of certain films' beauty and mystery? What do you think?