Michael Riva: I clearly saw Leo’s character as the devil, so I wanted to surround him with as much red as possible as I could.
For Django and, and Schultz, it seemed to me that they were Western heroes, they were the warm nicotines, and the ambers.
I tried to keep those colors in each set. At the end of the movie, things get darker, things get redder, things get more serious.
It’s not very complicated, but for me it helped to separate the two worlds that come clashing together.
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