Ratched Costumes Green Color Palette Has Hidden Meaning


The frequent Murphy collaborators say that, with every new project, the writer-producer sets a tone and a color palette before starting work — Ratched being no exception. “I think more so than any other show, though, this was the tightest color palette directive that he’s given us for something. Up front he said, ‘No red, no orange, no purple. The only red is lipstick and blood,’” says Guzzi. From there, the two used mostly cool colors, with a lot of greens. “Green became this color that was used in a variety of ways. Because to Ryan, green represents lust, envy, oppression, violence, many different things,” she says. “So we used that to foreshadow and indicate characters’ moods.”

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