Cool stuff, is the colour patch a new shade or layer or something? :D
are you introducing colour into your world? Not sure about it myself (if you are) because it seems to interrupt your logic so well established elsewhere. Discuss!
The colour has always been in there, we discussed it at the pitch. Ill try to get us all together to talk to you tomorrow
At the interim, I picked up on the colour in Jojo's storyboard and suggested then that I found it a bit distracting from the 'reality' you'd succeeded in making everywhere else. I know your film ultimately 'isn't' a relic from the 50s, but if it was, they wouldn't have the technology for colour in b/w world. I just feels like a layer of complexity that your concept could lose - without any damage to your film at all. Isn't the stars and stripes iconic enough to work in black and white? I know the 'commie-be-gone' spray produces a stars and stripes inspired spray, but I reckon this would work fine visually without the colour - especially as you've given Alan an eye-patch to reflect his injury in the next scene - does he even need the stars and stripes stain on his face in addition to this? Trust me on this - 'colour-get-rid!'