From Cathi Bond of Rabble.ca:
- Bomb Girls is an explosive homegrown TV drama
Stylistically, the program is reminiscent of Douglas Sirk’s technicolour melodramas of the 1950s, or the colour saturated sets and wardrobes that we’ve seen in Mad Men. There’s a particular look to this period, and director Adrienne Mitchell, not wanting to fall back on the sepia tones so frequently used in period dramas, opted to use to a special kind of HD Kodachrome film look so the series would vibrantly pop. In short, Bomb Girls looks great. Read more.
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