9 Modern Black-and-White Films to Watch on Netflix This Summer

photo: Frances Ha

Black and white goes hand in hand with the story being told, as the stylistic choice often reflects the film’s narrative and underlying themes. In a time where we have the option, taking the path less traveled opens up windows of opportunities in regards to how a director can visually tell his or her story. – Conor Soules, indieWIRE

  • Frances Ha (2012)
  • Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
  • Tabu (2011)
  • Nebraska (2013)
  • Computer Chess (2013)
  • Ida (2014)
  • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)
  • Pi (1998)
  • Following (1999)

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