One of the few directors whose name has become an adjective, Wes Anderson’s exacting bric-a-brac visuals and whimsical yet sad narratives make his films immediately recognizable. A true auteur, his output is consistently strong, a trend that continues with the newly released The Grand Budapest Hotel.
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