Friday One Sheet: MADE IN HEAVEN

Contributing Writer; Toronto, Canada (@triflic)
Friday One Sheet: MADE IN HEAVEN

When I look at this key art for Netflix's Indian wedding planner series, Made In Heaven, I cannot help but hear Townes Van Zandt's mournful twang playing in my head:

Send me dead flowers by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

A bound, and deteriorating, bouquet gently laying in the sand, in an opulent but abandoned great hall with a floor of sand. It speaks to an ironic, or perhaps sardonic, over the ceremonies of culture and family. I have not seen this series, now in its second season, but LA design house, Rhubarb, have certainly delivered with this pristinely soiled image bathed in perfect light. Note the two pedals, bride and groom, scattered off in the foreground.

Couple that with the title card as a visual palindrome (bravo on the H and N match there) and creativity has not gone to waste here. 


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