Despite the fact that it was a black and white, it had great color, meaning they were some scenes where it was bright and you could clearly see the different colors of objects in the scene even though there was only gray, one could easily tell them apart unlike some films which just make everything seams all one shade of gray. The scenes in which they were the three men were locked up waiting to be killed was done great. The low lighting give a feel of hopelessness, the low light also meant that there was little color difference between the men and the room, putting everything into the same hopeless state. Then there was the ending scene where they were being killed, the whole thing made it so that you would be focused on the men being kill the lighting though bright only give it a greater feeling of dread and hopelessness that a day like this such a horrible thing could happen. Just enhancing the feel of the movie and pulling you deeper and deeper into the movie.