When entering the party, the first thing we see is this peculiar Christmas decoration. This eight-pointed star is found throughout the house.
Sandor drinks from Alice’s glass. This trick is taken right out of The Art of Love and it sends Alice a message that is not very subliminal: “I want to exchange fluids with you”.
The name of the store where Bill rents his costume is called “Rainbow”. The name of the store under it: “Under the Rainbow”. Kubrick is trying to tell us something…Something involving rainbows.
Sharply contrasting with the rest of the movie, Sommerton is completely devoid of multicolored lights. Everything about this place is in sharp opposition with the “outside world”.
The models ask Bill to leave the “rainbow world” (there’s a Christmas tree right behind them) to indulge in the debaucherous rituals of the occult elite.
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