Director Joe Wright on why he hates yellow and how he used it in The Woman in the Window

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The Woman in the Window director Joe Wright with Amy Adams as Anna Fox on set. (Photo: Melinda Sue Gordon)
The Woman in the Window director Joe Wright with Amy Adams as Anna Fox on set. (Photo: Melinda Sue Gordon)

News24 Lifestyle Editor Herman Eloff talks to award-winning director Joe Wright about his long-awaited new Netflix thriller The Woman in the Window starring Amy Adams.

"Colour is very important to me in this film, as it always is really," director Joe Wright tells me via Zoom one afternoon shortly before the release of his latest film The Woman in the Window.

"I like colour, and I like the psychology of colour. I like the power of colour and what it can do. The kind of atmospheres it can create," Joe explains as he lights up a cigarette.

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