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Maturity Delayed: Narrative, Form, and Character in the Films of Wes Anderson

(Originally published 16 March 2014. Kind thanks to Catcher in the Reel for permission to repost.) By Aaron Hunter There is a telling moment early in Bottle Rocket (1996), Wes Anderson’s feature-length directorial debut. Dignan (Owen Wilson) has just helped his … Continue reading

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