i can't colour this movie * *

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(insp.)

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okay okay BUT SERIOUSLY LOOK AT THEM.

If I’m not wrong, this is the only light grey suit he wears in the movie. His other suits are all in dark colours. If we assume that Harry chooses his suits based on mood and occasion, then the first suit we see - the one he wears when he gives Eggsy the medal, which is also the one he wears to the church in Kentucky - is probably the one he tends to wear when he’s upset. His suit when they were toasting Lancelot was also quite dark in colour, close to black. Dark colours, particularly black, are associated with funerals and mourning.

The grey suit is rather different in colour and… pattern? when compared to his other suits. Since he hasn’t worn anything similar while on duty as Galahad, and is only seen wearing the light grey suit in a casual, non-work setting, it’s plausible that this particular suit is his personal favourite, which he saves for special occasions.

Other things to take note of:

Harry’s face is turned towards Eggsy and HE IS SMILING. Harry isn’t shown smiling very often, and his sincere smiles are always directed at Eggsy.

Harry is carrying his umbrella on the side further away from Eggsy. Holding an object between yourself and the person you’re walking with creates a sense of disrance, because the object acts as a sort of barrier. This isn’t terribly significant because Harry tends to carry his umbrella in his right hand anyway, but it does contribute to the feeling of closeness between them.

Also, Harry and Eggsy’s hands are actually a lot closer in this scene than what we see in this image. In fact, if you watch this part of the movie, their arms are almost brushing at one point - that’s how close they are. You usually only walk that close to someone you intend to hold hands with, imo. AND, if Eggsy hadn’t tucked his hands in his pockets, his right hand would be around where Harry’s left hand is. In other words, he probably did that so he wouldn’t accidentally (or “accidentally”) hold Harry’s hand.

Now observe Eggsy’s body language. His head is turned ninety degrees to face Harry, he’s not even looking at where he’s going. He’s smiling broadly, his attention is completely fixed on Harry.

Also, if you watch this scene in the movie, his grin falters just a little bit when Harry says he won’t be teaching Eggsy how to “talk proper, like in ‘My Fair Lady’”. He also seems to have looked away for a brief moment while Harry is explaining that being a gentleman has nothing to do with one’s accent, because you see his head snapping back to face Harry after the camera briefly switches away to show us the rest of the street. And then, after Harry quotes Hemingway - which is really just another reassurance that Eggsy doesn’t need to learn the mannerisms of the upper class in order to fit Harry’s personal definition of a gentleman, Eggsy has the most wonderful expression on his face. It’s difficult to describe - he looks intrigued and pleased and contemplative, but there’s also something else. Something more.

@notbrogues THIS SCENE WAS SO BEAUTIFUL AND I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS HELP