Johannes sent us a link to his well-done video essay on Bottle Rocket. He says:
Wes Anderson’s films are often described as containing odd characters, obscure details, exceptional production design, references to other films and prominent use of music. The same thing could be said of a Tarantino film. So what makes Anderson’s films so singular? Why is it, that after a few shots one can instantly identify them as Wes Anderson films? This visual essay aims to look at the roots of Anderson’s style in his first feature film effort “Bottle Rocket”.
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