International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 11, Part G (2020)
The relevance of color palette and social construct in Wes Anderson’s films
Atif Sadikkhan Mandori
Filmmaker Wes Anderson has developed a distinct aesthetic style that is easily recognizable through his use of striking color palettes. The purpose of this research was to draw conclusions about social stratification, social construction and the role of family as they relate to color palettes in Anderson's films. Relying on the auteur theory, the research related Anderson's personal experiences with those of his characters and aimed at discerning the importance of color as it connects to social structure.
How to cite this article:
Atif Sadikkhan Mandori. The relevance of color palette and social construct in Wes Anderson’s films. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(11):450-453.