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VIDEO – ‘Life in the Dollhouse: Wes Anderson and the Dollhouse Aesthetic’

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In this video essay, James Davis explores writer-director Wes Anderson’s love of shrinking down the sets of his films, giving a tour through the various settings of several Anderson movies as a way of immersing viewers deeper into the filmmaker’s narratives. This technique shows the depth of thought and creativity behind Anderson’s body of work.

James Davis can be reached at [email protected] and followed on Twitter @fieldsofsoda.

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