Wes Anderson’s new musical in 1950s France is the most hipster fusion ever to grace film

Wes Anderson's new musical in 1950s France is the most hipster fusion ever to grace film screenshot

Watching an excessive amount of Wes Anderson is like consuming too many Fondant Fancies in one pass after which questioning why you are feeling in poor health. They’re sensible, extremely stylised, superbly crafted, however you’ll be able to have an excessive amount of of a excellent factor. I as soon as (for analysis) made the mistake of looking at five of his motion pictures in a unmarried day and so they have been all so darn happy-sad that I couldn’t determine what he was once going for, finishing my day in a perplexed stupor of symmetrical framing and number one colours.

But now I believe like I’m consuming my phrases as a result of the grasp of fancy-pants filmmaking meets the queen of all on-screen genres, and this may perhaps be the biggest, most fabulous cinematic tournament of millennial occasions. I’m reluctant to ascribe labels like ‘hipster’ to different human beings, however Wes is an undisputed professional when it comes to doling out hipster fodder – his latest film is sure to rake in cash from individuals who you simply know are going to create long video commentaries and podcasts on the easiest photographs.