What, so you're telling me that Mexico isn't a crazy shade of orange/sepia in real life? I refuse to believe that
@A pet named Steve, as a person living in America who has traveled it’s true it’s always sepia toned, Mexican people aren’t really brown they are sepia shaded
@DrSin, hmm.... *stares at Mexican self in the mirror*
@A pet named Steve, I mean in the desert parts where the movies are shot it actually does all have the golden tinge too it from the sun reflecting off of the sand or in the rural areas the Adobe buildings and dust in the air 🤷🏼♂️
@megamanx181x, turns on sepia tone , look I’m Mexican !!!!!
@DrSin, it doesn’t work like that!
@megamanx181x, doesn’t matter , as a new age male , I now identify as DR MEXICAN SIN !!!
@DrSin, I hate this!!!!
there are skyscrappers in mexico?! trump told me it was all slums! he lied!? *fake gasp*
@Z0IDBERG, two people can’t take a joke
And there is an eagle flying by and going caw!, followed by a somber guitar
I mean it’s done as a visual que to show it’s hot in this setting and I don’t know if y’all know this but Mexico tends to be pretty hot, and it’s not like only movies in Mexico get this treatment, it happens in a lot of films, and when wanting to give a visual cue for cold the picture is often given a white or blue hue fun fact of the day
It’s like when I think of the 40’s-50’s. I always picture it black and white. Like if I traveled back in time it would all be grey scaled. But the 20’s-30’s? They’re in color. There could be something wrong with me. Hell if I know.
This comforts me as someone who occasionally does color grading.
And Florida, especially in gta vice city
@Dephenistrator, don’t you DARE criticize the historically accurate masterpiece that is vice city
@kdogzzs, i wasn't dissing it originally but i really didn't like vice city in general. Gta 3 and san Andreas were both better