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The Women Who Leapt Through Time: The Representation of Women in Sci-Fi Films

Mad Max: Fury Road - Black and Chrome

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Australia|2015|120min |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
110 7/13  14:30 CGV Sopoong 2 15
1024 7/22  19:00 CGV Sopoong 4 15
110 7/13  14:30CGV Sopoong 2
15
1024 7/22  19:00CGV Sopoong 4
15

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Synopsis

A woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in a post apocalyptic world with the help of a group of female prisoners and a drifter named Max. Survival, feminism, vengeance, solidarity, home, and redemption are all touched on here.

Program Note

Mad Max: Fury Road - Black and Chrome recreates the teal and orange highlighted color version of 2015 original film into a strong contrast of images that are raw and basic. The film shares the same spectacular pursuit of the original version set against the vast Australian desert where Max, Furiosa and their entourage are running from Immortan Joe and his goons who now control the survivors of the apocalypse, but the cinematic experience created out of the black and white tones is primal, while pushing one to focus more on detail. Director George Miller is said to have been inspired by the beauty of black and white filmmaking during the post production of Mad Max 2: Road Warrior in 1981 when he noticed his soundtrack musicians watching a black and white video of the film. The fact that most post-apocalyptic films de-saturated their color tones was another major factor in solidifying his wish to create Mad Max: Fury Road in black and white. He may have been unsuccessful in persuading the studio, but 3 years later this reintroduction in monochrome presents a fundamentally cinematic experience as it embellishes in the power of light and darkness, sound and music, characters and mise-en-scene, and especially in the way it draws attention to the characters eyes as the windows to their souls. (LEE Han-na)

Director

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George MILLER

George Miller is an Australian film director, screenwriter, producer, and former medical doctor. He is best known for his Mad Max franchise, with Mad Max 2 (1981) and Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) being hailed as amongst the greatest action films of all time. He is also the Academy Award-winning Babe (1995) and Happy Feet (2006) film series.

Credit

Producer
George Miller, Doug Mitchell

Screenplay
George Miller, Brendan McCarthy

Cinematographer
John Seale

Editor
Margaret Sixel

Music
Junkie XL

Production Design
Colin Gibson

Cast
Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult

Sales
Park Circus Limited

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