Magenta areas of the face can show a vulnerable emotional connection to the other character on screen. Often present at intense or cathartic moments: breakups, sexuality, flirtation, this is not a sign of physical pain or weakness, but an inability to overcome the emotional impact of, or receptiveness to, the other character’s identity.
Minority Report (2002) – Color Timer Dale E. Grahn
VFX: digital color timer: PDI/Dreamworks Begonia Colomar; color timing supervisor: ILM Kenneth Smith
Super 35 mm (Kodak Vision 500T 5279, Vision 800T 5289, Eastman EXR 200T 5293, Fuji Super F-500T 8572)
parts of the film were processed with bleach bipass
Print 2.35 : 1 Technicolor 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision Premier 2393)
Minority Report (2002)
Partners face off in an unfortunate circumstance;
both must follow their assigned path despite how it might hurt the other.
John Anderton plays opposite an adversary.
Confused, hurt, but decisive, he is not vulnerable to the emotions of the other character (pictured below).
Making his confession the adversary puts his life in John’s hands.