Title: Wes Anderson
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||November 11, 2012|
|Length:||7 / 1895|
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In The Royal Tenenbaums, Anderson places the character Pagoda (played by Kumar Pallana) in front of the Statue of Liberty so that he blocks its view from the camera (Anderson, Commentary from The Royal Tenenbaums). Such a notorious landmark as the Statue of Liberty would chafe the film's fantastical texture...
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Such a notorious landmark as the Statue of Liberty would chafe the film's fantastical texture. Anderson longs for an enchanted New York not tainted by commercialism just as an adult yearns for the innocence lost after childhood. Remaining consistent with his other two films, The Life Aquatic transpires over imaginary islands and on invented seas...
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