Award-winning films gets a lot of things right-- great acting, beautiful cinematography, and swelling scores, to name a few. That is, after all, why they win awards. Something the greatest films of all time have in common that is oftern overlooked, however, are the little details. In 2019's Parasite, director Bong Joon-ho places "lines" between characters in numerous scenes, allowing the viewer to see who's willing to "cross the line." Some details are all about accuracy. In The Hurt Locker, a soldier carries a tiny bottle of Tabasco sauce in his uniform, which many real-life soliders do to spice up their MREs. There are also award-winners that drop in sneaky details right out of the gate. The Shape of Water gives a clue about who the villain is going to be in it's opening credits.
Check out this list of incredible small details from award-winning films, and don't forget to vote up your favorites.
- 15 VOTES
Opening Monologue Foreshadows A Monster In 'The Shape Of Water'
- 27 VOTES
Characters "Cross The Line" In 'Parasite'
- 36 VOTES
All White Chess Pieces In 'Green Book'
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Mike Uses A Beaded Seat Cover In 'Spotlight'