From Bottle Rocket to Isle of Dogs, Auteur director Wes Anderson’s style is consistent, and the lingering theme of communication (or lack thereof) is in every film he makes.
There’s been controversy over Isle of Dogs, with claims of it being racist and stereotyping. That won’t matter for Wes Anderson fans, they’ll still see that it’s great.
Kent Jones brings Truffaut’s book to life by combining the actual audio tapes of the interview conversations with select clips from films by both Hitchcock and Truffaut that illustrate the concepts that are being discussed.
With familiar faces and deadpan comedic moments, Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom is full of the lovable craziness you expect from this auteur.