A young man suffering from 'total colour-blindness' has the opportunity to see three colours: Red, Green and Blue - but only one at a time.

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Rob La Terra ...
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A young man suffering from 'total colour-blindness' has the opportunity to see three colours: Red, Green and Blue - but only one at a time.

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19 February 2012 (Australia)  »

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Kailas Prasannan spent many days colour-correcting frame-by-frame to highlight a single colour of specific objects in various shots throughout the film. See more »

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Referenced in Dread (2013) See more »

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Very nice thought-provoking film winded up in less time
15 March 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

RGB - SHORT FILM of 6 minutes but is embedded with deep meaning and thought provoking.

A young man, suffering from "total color blindness" wants to see the colorful world. As doctor prescribes him 3 different color, he began to explore the world in only those three colors.

Directed by Kailas Prasannan, RGB is a very different and interesting concept. The motto of the story " You should be happy with what you have, " clearly indicates at the climax when the person completely turns blind. I got the opportunity to write the review for this beautiful film and am really happy to express my thoughts. Direction is awesome, handling the sensitive story with ease. We always want to desire for more in our life whether it is our salary , house , car etc but have never enjoyed with the things we have in our hand. It is better to be yourself rather being somebody else. Screenplay is tight. Editing is crispy. A word of praise for the background score. It gels well with the film. Story is catchy. As it was a silent movie , the lead star was expressive through his eyes.

Overall , very nice thought-provoking film winded up in less time. Kudos to the entire team . Very good : 4/5


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