The undeniable magic of cinema lies in its ability to impart the same feeling to a huge audience. Emotional response to the feeling can vary, but the power of the visual language is evident. The complete immersion and details of Fincher, the imagist style of Hitchcock, the ambiguity of Villeneuve, – prominent filmmakers use a number of means to make their work unique and recognizable at the same time. While storytelling, editing, production design and even sound are lasting, the changes in color palette are swift, and can influence emotions drastically many times throughout the movie. In the time when no color, dull or bright, can surprise an audience, and new color palettes can't be found – how does the two-dimensional picture provide the lasting effect, and make the scene stay with us even when the movie is over?