Although the movies are more interesting to watch on the big screen, except for Yasujiro Ozu's films and movies with excellent technical design such as 3D, I don't often recommend not watching if there is no big screen. Looking at Ozu's film, I only felt that all the details and perspectives should be looked up and enlarged to conform to the design at the time of shooting. This time I watched "Roma", but there is a clear conclusion, which can tell readers why it is only recommended to watch on the big screen.
Because of the speed of the mirror. This is a movie in which the movement of the mirror determines half of the tonality. A lot of movement is precisely photo background removing the speed at which the story itself is narrated, the speed at which the audience’s eyeballs follow the picture, and even the speed at which people and things in the picture move. The small screen has almost no problems with eyeballs or even head movement. Everything is done in a short distance between the ears, but on the big screen, you can find yourself moving your head and eyeballs at just the right time. speed. If possible, it is recommended to look at the projection screen instead of the screen.
The other is to choose the film partner carefully, because this is not a commercial paced film with interlocking plots, causality, and endless events. It is also a black and white film. You don’t need to choose this film when you only want sound and light effects or emotional venting. Because the film is very literary. Literary is abstract, but if you take the text of film as a novel to understand, the characteristic of literary novel is that the internal conflict of characters is far greater than the conflict of the external world. Moreover, compared with popular novels, the human nature and feelings discovered in literary novels are not the