‘Characters who aren’t people’: The expressionist wonder of Wes Anderson

Off-kilter and distinctively dollhouse, Wes Anderson has always had his own instantly recognisable Bohemian brand. With an unconventional very dry quirkiness, Anderson is a touchstone in cinematographic history and makes for a perfect indie poster child who has very successfully broken into mainstream. At first, I wasn’t sold on this defining kitschiness: soft lighting didn’t […]

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