The rainbow itself does not consist of seven colours, but spectrum’s of colour invisible to the naked eye. They cause you to wish, yearn, dream, if you believe they can take you further than you can imagine. Rainbows within sacred and mythic literature are always singing from the realm of the divine. Noah knows that the world will begin again when he see’s the rainbow.
So what about ‘The Wizard of OZ’ everything leading to that point Dorothy yearning for something more but the experience of this the vulnerability ‘There is no place like home’
What happens when you apply Maslow’s theory to this classic film? How does this change the visual communication?
When bringing in ‘Hierarchy of need’ how does that change the visual narrative?