But, for example, how would you make someone "look evil" in a hot sunny exterior location ? If the light is bent too much to suit the mood, surely there is a risk of losing the believable setting ?
All cool Richard, I much respect your opinion.
Maybe a subliminal dig at the red stripe on Canon gear, especially going head to head with Canon C200 ? Some lens companies do that to kinda look like Canon lenses. That might seem far-fetched, but Sony, and now Panasonic with this camera, do seem to have taken notes from the C300/C100 form-factor. Looks like a good camera anyway. Exciting times.
I thoroughly recommend American Graffiti 2 if anyone hasn't seen it.
Yes, there are plans for the sun to go nova in another 5 billion years and swallow up the Earth, so you might have to quickly go run'n'gun because there is no second take.
I thought the ultimate recent example of exploring "Which side....?" was Alien: Covenant. The apes at least get some "civilised human values" for us to compare, yet the xenomorphs have virtually no redeeming characteristics whatsoever, but David preferred them to the humans who built him. The very opening scene which ends with "Make tea, David" from a somewhat pi$$ed off Guy Pearce gives a hint...