Rushmore: Portrait of Wes Anderson as a Young Man
by The Take by ScreenPrism
Tune in for a look at one of cinema’s most enduring films about high school, 1998’s Rushmore. Situating the film as the second of Wes Anderson’s nine feature films, ScreenPrism analyzes Rushmore as a coming of age film both for its protagonist, Max, and Anderson himself.
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