The sets are also fantastic, especially in the final cinema scene and the costumes are trully great. Anna Sheppard is the Costume Designer and boy, does she deliver! I loved every single piece of clothing that Shoshanna wore and in some scenes I couldn't stop thinking that she'd look great in an A.P.C. catalogue, shot by Bruce Weber in a Parisian café with colourful type strewn around the page by M/M Paris. Interestingly, Ms Sheppard was Oscar-nominated for her work on two other seminal Second World War films, Schindler's List and The Pianist, but this was a QT movie and things were done QT's way. She told Variety, "When Quentin first called me, I knew this was the chance of a lifetime, but my objection was that I would be doing yet another '40s film. But, after I read the script, I realized this was a completely different '40s." So, she played with the past. She dressed one actor in a "cream-colored jacket that never existed in history." She altered the designs of the Nazi uniforms. And in the aforementioned final, climactic scene, she convinced Tarantino "that Melanie Laurent should be dressed in bright red so she wouldn't disappear in a sea of black dresses and tuxes."
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