If there's one thing that distinguishes all Wes Anderson movies from the competition is that they are so purely... Andersonian, meaning immediately recognisable.
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But what are the visual structures, colours, themes, and motives that make you scream "oh, but that's definitely Wes Anderson" when you see an individual frame from The Royal Tenenbaums or The Life Aquatic?
I mean, everyone can probably make an educated guess about Anderson's idiosyncratic style, from the obsessive symmetrical compositions to the surreal/weird/freakish characters, from the incredibly vast colour palettes to the recurring family themes. Read more...More about Movies, Neural Network, Wes Anderson, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Life Aquatic