From 1999’s The Virgin Suicides to 2017’s The Beguiled, director Sofia Coppola has established an unmistakable aesthetic. It’s often characterized in terms of a pastel color palette, but is that just a myth based on Marie Antoinette’s candy-coated color scheme? Coppola’s nuanced sense of shade and light transcends the hyperfeminine. This video pulls apart her production design to reveal a far more sophisticated and muted collection of colors than is usually associated with her oeuvre.