Afterglow is not just the title of Alan Rudolph's new film, or a reference to the sexual haze through which its four principal characters wander. It was also a guiding motif for the movie's visual style. "In pre-production and through shooting, we talked about the title," says DP Toyomichi Kurita. "We came up with the color that was symbolic of afterglow, which was purple. We played with that color, whether lighting through filters or using filters on the camera. But it wasn't just colors, ...

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