The famous Dublin doors. The only photo we've ever truly photoshopped to make work. Among probably a ton of movies, the one I know where they use these doors is "The Man Who Invented Christmas" even though the movie takes place in England. Why are they so colorful? No, not because the people returning home from the pubs after a few too many want to know where there home is. Back in the 1600 when the Queen of England died, England wanted everyone to paint their doors black to mourn the queen. Well, The Irish were sick of paying taxes, so they painted them bright colors. Colors that stand today for the pride of the Irish.