Basically you see three colors in the film, for the three sisters. The eldest one is predominantly using green. The green suggests to us, you know, everything being practical, being clever and all that. Then the next sister who is so totally devoted to this man, and she is given shades of blue in her dress. And then blue again, means sensitiveness, being gentle, and being doomed. And then the third sister is given shades of red. It means youth, revolt, and life. So she is the one who runs away to life, accepts life as it is. She is the one who escaped from this situation, this predicament. For [the brother] I mixed these three colors, the green, the blue, and the red, and I got the white color. So I gave him the white, whenever he is wearing his shirt, it is a white shirt. But more than that, I gave him vertical stripes on the shirt. Vertical stripes mean unrestfulness, as opposed to, you know, the horizontal lines which means restfulness. So I wanted to suggest [through] these things.