The Magnificent Anders(s)ons - The Look of Reality
by Beyond the Frame
There are only a handful of filmmakers with a truly unique directing style. In this video essay Luís Azevedo takes a look at two such directors—who also happen to share the same name—Wes Anderson and Swedish filmmaker, Roy Anderson, illustrating how both directors rely on an exaggerated style and artificiality to convey ideas that conventional aesthetics can’t.
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