'Life Magazine' Inspires Bright Cinematography of 'Big Eyes'

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Big Eyes cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel talks to Below the Line about his work on the new Tim Burton film.

He explains of the film's bright look, "Tim said he wanted something very light and slightly twisted, not a big fancy movie...Instead of doing something moody, I was inspired by the Kodachrome-style color photography in... issues of Life. As the drama gets darker, it gets really colorful but very twisted.”

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