There's a reason people call Coppola's work "dreamy." The director has a distinct aesthetic, frequently using blue and pink filters for her films (most notably used in The Virgin Suicides), which add a melancholy air to her scenes — and sometimes-emo characters. Coppola also tends to cut back on dialogue, letting her characters convey their feelings via a scene without words (think: Scarlett Johansson trying to hang a mobile in her hotel room in Lost in Translation and almost every scene of Somewhere).
That Dreamy Feeling
Source: American Zoetrope
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