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I watched the movie I Know Who Killed Me and i didn't understand the significance of blue color in the movie. It shows the blue color flowers all the time and even killer use all the blue color weapons for killing, even victims house decoration is mostly blue. Movie poster have blue color flower on it.And most of the things are of same blue shade used in hospitals.

Even in the Aubrey Fleming house many things are of blue color even the cat muffler is blue too .

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So what is the significance of blue color. May be due to some censer issue while telecasting the movie in India few scenes got cut , so i didn't got the point behind it. Even some cutting of scenes have been noticed by me.

Anybody have any clue about it?

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Aubrey & Dakota [Source]

From TV Tropes:

Aubrey's world is blue, Dakota's world is red.

From Not Coming to a Theater Near You:

Aubrey, the good girl, is always blue. Blue filters, blue clothing, blue roses, blue uniforms for the high school football teams—right down to the blue gag the villain eventually uses on her.

Dakota, the bad girl, is always red: red filters, red stripper outfits, red lipstick.

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The color blue can represent loyalty and trust, two qualities that are really important to the piano teacher. The reason he abducted Jennifer and Aubrey was to punish them for quitting piano lessons. This is just my guess, but I think the color blue has more to do with the killer than the twins.

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