Interiors – Up

Up consists of various visual metaphors – including the notion that the protagonist attaches balloons onto his house and flies to the skies, visualizing his desire for reuniting with his deceased wife.

The house is the centerpiece of the film. The uniqueness of its architecture, coupled with the fact that husband and wife built the house together, results in the house in the film becoming a character in itself.

From Interiors Volume 15. Find out more about the journal here or see past issues here.

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Interiors – Psycho

The opening shot of the film is a wide image of a hotel room that introduces Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) and Sam Loomis (John Gavin) to the audience; we are essentially intruding voyeurs peeping into their private space from a distance