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What We Can Learn from Wes Anderson's Distinct Style

All Wes Anderson movies have a unique visual and storytelling style that instantly sets his films apart. With an exact eye and a flair for creating big, fanciful worlds with deadpan characters, Wes Anderson has essentially created his own genre of film. Although he features all types of characters in various periods and settings, from the 1960s summer-drenched island of Moonrise Kingdom to the dystopian version of a future Japan in Isle of Dogs, Anderson's stories are character-driven and often deal with heavy themes like loss and dysfunction. "If I feel like I have an idea what the best thing is for the story, I just want to follow that. Even if it does mean that people can tell it's me." Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - Monday, 18 March

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