What Wes Anderson's First Film Teaches Us About His Style | Bottle Rocket
by Thomas Flight
In this video essay, Thomas Flight takes a closer look at Wes Anderson’s Bottle Rocket (1996), highlighting the director’s use of visual techniques he would explore and develop over the course of his career and which would come to define his signature style.
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