Vertigo (1958) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

Scottie sits on the couch in a green sweater framed by red curtains signalling a sense of stage. Green used here echoes the green used to highlight Madeleine in her debut at the restaurant. The fact that Scottie is now in green framed by the red curtains suggests both that this scene is the reverse of the other in that this is when Madeleine first sees Scottie. However, it also serves to indicate Madeleine’s psychological possession of Scottie. (x)

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