While the cold temperatures are still sticking around and days are still kind of short, there is no need for winter blues since this is what many like to call the perfect movie season. To bring colour into even the darkest of days the Hisense UHD 4K TV A7G is here to inspire your life with colour. Its breath-taking Quantum Dot Colour technology enables you to view over a billion colours, that are more vivid, saturated, true-to-life, and have more subtlety in shades, hues, and tones. All this besides breath-taking picture quality, 4K HDR, Dolby Vision and TÜV Certified Low Blue Light, makes this the TV to choose if you want to create a truly immersive experience from the comfort of your sofa. 

Since the A7G  allows you to see every movie’s true colours and enables you to appreciate movie’s in all their glory, we have prepared a list of some of the most visually stunning movies that you will be able to appreciate in a new light.

The Fall (2006)

This artistically portrayed story was shot in 28 countries for four years, which resulted in arguably one of the most incredible cinematography. While watching it is worth keeping in mind that there were no stages used, which means all the breath-taking sceneries are real and exist somewhere in our magnificent world.

In the Mood for Love (2000)

Impressive visual masterpiece and a heartbreakingly beautiful story. The red colour palette shines a light on deep feelings we share and the frame within a frame gives us a feeling of having an intimate look into protagonists’ feelings and longings. This is a movie that might not be the best choice for a crowded movie night party, but it is perfect for when you simply feel in the mood for love.

The Great Beauty (2013)

This opulent portrayal of the Italian decadence in all its beauty and emptiness is not only a masterpiece, but also a love letter to Rome, which in some ways resembles the iconic (and visually stunning as well) La Dolce Vita by Fellini. Surprising, poetic, enigmatic and captivating visuals make this an absolute feast for the eyes.

Spirited Away (2001)

Studio Ghilbi is a Japanese animation film studio that has holds an iconic status for a good reason. Many of  Studio Gjilbi’s movies have been praised by the critics and the public. Spirited away is probably one of the most recognized ones, as its story speaks to the child in all of us. However, this movie might not be the best choice for young children, since it does include some creatures that can be perceived as frightening.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

This list would not be complete without a Wes Andersen film. While all movies from this modern visual virtuoso are recognised by his distinctive directive style and use of colour, this one comes with a heart-warming yet action-filled story and lovable characters we all cheer for.

Amélie (2001)

Follow a charming French girl through her colourful, beautiful, and often unusual world and enjoy the romance in the city of love. This truly sweet and inspiring story is the one that will touch everyone with a heart (even artichokes).

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Through time Stanley Kubrick has developed a cult following. His directing style and attention to details have created iconic movies that stand the test of time and never fail to impress. 2001: A Space Odyssey combines extraordinary visuals with remarkable soundtrack that creates one of the most influential sci-fi movies which is appreciated not only by science fiction super fans but other movie afficionados as well.