Part 2 The Movie, Edward Scissorhands, has many rhetorical themes to it. First, they use colors to illustrate their point. All the people in the town before Edward shows up have a pallet of colors that are bright and almost neon. Edward wears all black. So this color difference between Edward and the town makes it obvious that Edward is different. Second, they use scenery to illustrate their point. The townspeople before Edward gets there is full of cookie cutter houses, they all look the same. They all have the same style of house, they all have the same model car, they all have the same hairstyle. It is when Edward comes into their lives that things get some originality. People have different looking shrubs in front of their houses, and they have different hairstyles. This imagery makes it clear that Edward brought change and originality into the community. Third, Edward was alone. The giant hill with a huge mansion on it makes it clear that Edward was alone because of the size of the mansion and how far away it was from the other houses. And the mansion makes it clear that Edward is different because the mansion is so different from the other houses.
Town Hall in Guilford, CT
Major Differences from Stars Hollow