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    New Wes Anderson Short

    Starring Max Fischer, and set in Italy. What's not to like? (if you like Wes Anderson that is)

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    I love the way WES anderson shoots a movie. Rushmore and Royal Tennenbaums are still my two favorites.
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    New Wes Anderson Movie, the French Dispatch, dropped its trailer today. Looks impeccable.

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    Because of the consistent symmetry in all his scenes, I often find myself looking for the slightly out of symmetry part, and then momentarily leave the plot of the movie and wonder why he did that.
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    soooo ...... not so consistent??

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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    soooo ...... not so consistent??
    Yeah. Like this:
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    Is he just paying homage to Toulouse Lautrec?
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    I start to wonder, then forget what the fuck is going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    Yeah. Like this:
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    I start to wonder, then forget what the fuck is going on.
    I think there's something to this.

    Look at how his camera moves from scene to scene like you're being moved from a stage play in one room to a stage in the other. And that the "stages" usually look a lot like the artwork or something else in the film.

    Tenenbaums does a great job at this. It's like the whole thing was one of Margo's plays.
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    Oh I definitely love it. Itís just itís slightly distracting because Iím so aware of it and what the director is doing instead of just the story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    Yeah. Like this:
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    I start to wonder, then forget what the fuck is going on.
    I think so.
    Also, Anderson definitely pays overt homage to Jaques Tati and Hitchcock in The French Dispatch, as well as to The French New Wave and Noir.
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