"I Don’t Have An Aesthetic": Wes Anderson Explains The Origins of His Visual Style


Wes Anderson, a director with one of the most instantly-recognizable visual styles, explains how his distinct aesthetic came about. Anderson made a name for himself with 1996’s Bottle Rocket before further announcing himself as one of the most interesting directors working today with movies like Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums. The director’s most recent release is Asteroid City, with his next project, The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, set to release on Netflix this week.

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