Deep Art Nature
Friday, April 25
The Perfect Symmetry of Wes Anderson’s Movies
previously made some brilliant observations about the visual obsessions of some of cinema’s greatest formalists.
, as Kogonada elegantly points out,
composes most of his shots using one-point perspective
. Once called out, it becomes a motif that’s really hard to ignore.
– a director who has more cinematic eccentricities than just about any other major director – had a
fascination with windows, doorways and corridors
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