The war works below are not only remembered for a tight script but also marked with extremely elegant costumes.
If you think that war works are only about dirty soldiers crawling under muddy trenches or living with rats, you are probably wrong. The works below will show you a different perspective on war movies. These are realistic, dusty, resilient beauties, but because they are covered by the shadow of war, they have a very special tragic look.
1. Inglourious Basterds
Inglourious Basterds Quenti Tarantino’s is an anti-war work that encapsulates the quintessence of the great filmmaker. You will find here meaningful messages about patriotism and peace-loving but also be entertained by bloody action scenes raised to the level of art.
Besides the message of peace and war, Inglourious Basterds is also remembered for the elegant fashion style of the female characters.
Set in World War II, the costumes in the movie are romantic retro style. You will see the main characters appear in unpatterned costumes, with deep tones. The beret hats with the mysterious veil are also indispensable in a movie set in the 40s.
In addition, the regal fur scarves also appear densely in the work. Besides, the makeup layout of the female characters is also quite simple, mainly focusing on haughty red lips.
2. Jojo Rabbit
Taika Waititi has a creative filmmaking style. Every time entering the world that this director creates, the audience will experience an emotional roller coaster. Because, when they are immersed in endless laughter, they will immediately be swept up in a pool of tears.
Jojo Rabbit – a work about a German boy in World War II is no exception. If at the beginning of the movie, we have to laugh at Jojo’s lovely innocence, then later on, we have to cry about the pain of war that he has to go through. Jojo’s journey wouldn’t be as memorable without the mother Rosie played by Scarlett Johansson.
In the film, she takes on the role of mother and is the last anchor to hold Jojo to stay with the positive, of faith and hope before the tsunami named Adolf Hitler. Because of this obligation, Rosie’s costumes are very colorful.
She loves colorful knitted short-sleeved sweaters, paired with flared or flared pants, and a long turquoise coat. Occasionally, she also flaunts her fancy fur hats and patterned cardigans.
In terms of makeup style, she always emphasizes on red lips to make her face shine immediately.
3. The Imitation Game
Kiera Knightley plays Joan Clarke in the work The Imitation Game. Her outfits are usually quite discreet monochromatic, sometimes embellished with checkered patterns. The main colors that Joan wears are butter yellow, green, blue.
In the film, the beauty is associated with short blonde hair, creating large waves. The beret hat worn on her head became an interesting highlight for her overall outfit.
Keira Knightley appears as an inspirational muse in The Imitation Game. Although the film has ended, people will always remember 1 Joan Clarke – a beautiful female cryptanalyst with a proud intellectual fashion sense. Currently, some of Joan Clarke’s costumes are still on display at the Bletchley Park Museum.
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