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" The show’s cinematography and color contrasts complement its settings and themes. Having dark undertones for scenes shot in the fictional Nurpur Khatola, the protagonists’ previous school, sheds light on the lives and struggles faced by underprivileged individuals. These undertones are contrasted with brighter colors of the scenes in more elite and opulent areas. As the story progresses and leads up to the murder, you can see the tonal values shift from light to dark. In general, the set designs and the cinematography of “Class” are more dynamic and dimensional than Netflix’s original show."

By Sahil Balani
Staff Writer

The Brown Daily Herald, Inc


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