But Neptune is a useful side-kick. It doesn't deal with reality, but with the world of illusion.
If you think about it, a painting is just daubs of paint on canvas.
A stage play is just actors, costumes, makeup, and scenery.
Neptune is what gives the illusion of reality.
I do think that Neptune rules film.
The other planets have a role to play.
Mercury rules the hands and writing, for example.
continue thinking - keep in mind that physical reality is composed of atomsNeptune deals with illusions.
If you think about a film, none of it is "real".
It's actors, costumes, sets, props, make-up, camera angles, and so on.
Neptune creates a sense of reality, or at least plausibility
(in an animation or sci-fi film) sufficient to draw us into the plot and characters.
But it isn't real.
Venus, as Obsidian noted, is more about aesthetics.
actors, costumes, sets, props, make-up, cameras are composed of atoms
daubs of paint are composed of atoms
canvas is composed of atoms
planet VENUS is composed of atoms
planet NEPTUNE is composed of atoms
Traditionally, people signified by VENUS:
when joined with Moon singers
all as sell those commodities which adorn women either in body (as clothes)
or in face, (as complexion-waters.)