What. The. Hell.
Looking back on 1997's "The Devil's Advocate," it's easy to remember the film's major stars (Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron), the crazy twist ending, and even Pacino's sinfully good quotes:
But there's something about the movie most of us probably missed, and the revelation just might blow your mind.
As pointed out on Reddit, it appears the color of Reeves' suits may act as a "barometer of his morality" as the movie goes on.
You can see in the below images that Reeves' character, Kevin Lomax, starts out in a light suit. Then, as his decisions become more and more questionable, his suits get darker and darker. It all culminates with Lomax representing a triple homicide suspect and wearing black:
To that, we have one response:
Not everyone is convinced, however.
Redditor sir_wooly_merkins believes the colors of the suits may actually "correspond to social class/hierarchy." The suits become darker and darker as Lomax's career takes off.
Was Lomax just upgrading his suits for social status? Or could the change actually indicate his deteriorating moral compass?
Either way you look at it, the devil is in the details.