Overall, throughout the film, Jean-Pierre Jeunet decided to work with warmer, more saturated colors such as reds and yellows in order to create a warm atmosphere and build compassion with the audience. Also, Paris was presented through color filters “creating a golden tone and monochrome look making it part of Amélie’s surreal, dreamy world” (Tesscetin). These added aspects of Paris through this impressive color scheme almost personify the city, making it a key factor of the film and story line. Green was also a commonly used color throughout the film mainly because it symbolizes nature and hope. This brings comfort to the audience’s eyes and also serves as a great contrast to the warmer, more saturated colors used. Red was definitely the most used color in Amélie, from the opening scene to the end. Red cherries, red raspberries, red fish, red shoes, red phone booths, and her red dress are just some of the few areas where this color is used. The use of saturated colors mixed with calmer colors really added to the visual aspects of this movie and added the perfect touch to every scene.