Note that, on a young plant, the purple spots may not have developed.
When he sees and converses with his handsome student Kenny (Nicholas Hoult), the color becomes overly saturated, especially when contrasted with the dull monochromatic tone of the screen when George is by himself. Besides the narrative and the cinematography, the Abel Korzeniowski score finds rare beauty in the ordinary daily events of George’s life since each will be happening for the last time.
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This feature first appeared in Condé Nast Traveller July 2015