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The Color Yellow
The Color of the Sun

USA 2023
produced by
Eric Munk for Ball Laboratories
directed by Clint Bramlette
starring KateLynn E. Newberry, Jess Gallo, Julianne Kalec, Travis Freeman Webb, Paul Kenneth Ray Dunn, Kelsey Lee, Leo Santucci, Stephanie Snodden, Paul Stelzer, Heather Massaro, James Troup, Jay Bensen, Michael Lee Bailey, Michael McGuire, Michael H Halasz, Kavon Lackey, Nicola Wake, James Gan
story by Clint Bramlette, Eric Munk, Shelby Chase, screenplay by Clint Bramlette, practical effects and monster suit by Kavon Lackey

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ever since her father (Paul Stelzer) killed her mother (Heather Massaro) while they were painting their house yellow right before her very eyes, Ash (KateLynn E. Newberry) has experienced a pathological fear of the colour yellow. Now this is something that could be easily explained away psychologically - if it wasn't for the fact that she has the feeling that she's followed by a yellow monster that only she can see, and evading it she can sometimes phase into another dimension - a dimension where she's usually alone, until one day she meets Roy (Travis Freeman Webb), who seems to have a better idea than she does about what's going on. Weirdly enough, she later also meets Roy in the "real" world where he's the barkeeper at the place her housemate Lily (Jess Gallo) works at. And most of the times she runs into troubles with yellow monsters, Roy pops up and helps her out. This should be a good thing, right. And the other good thing is that Lily, a brilliant hacker in her spare time, tries to find out what Ash's present condition has to do with her father's work as an AI scientist. The bad thing though is Ash is turning more and more of a threat to her friends, which includes electrocuting one of them (Paul Kenneth Ray Dunn) and hitting another (Kelsey Lee) over the head with a shovel. And things totally start to fall apart once her homicidal father shows up again and offers his assistance - and she's less than sure she should trust him, naturally ...


So ok, I don't claim to have grasped all the technobabble in The Color Yellow and thus won't grant if the movie's 100% logical or even reasonable - but then again, that's hardly the point with the film at hand which is much more of an experience with triplike qualities than straight science fiction, so much so that it leaves much of its inner workings open for free interpretations. The movie works though because as far out as the plot at times seems, it's well-structured, well-told and peopled with well-fleshed-out characters. And an inventive direction making the most of the film's limited budget, and a relatable, down-to-earth cast only help making this a very entertaining if pretty unusual piece of genre cinema.


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