Another episode in the “Wes Anderson is the cinematic grandson of J.D. Salinger” series. This time I’m tackling synecdoche. Syne-what? just read on and it’ll become clear.
Another article in which I compare the great American writer J.D. Salinger and the cinematographic auteur of our generation Wes Anderson. This time I talk about how the societies they depict are corrupt and its inhabitants are phony.
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Wes Anderson (Image Credit: Crestock) / Saoirse Ronan (Image Credit: Tom Sorensen) / Jude Law (Image Credit: Crestock) / Tilda Swinton (Image Credit: Nicolas Genin) I’m really looking forward to Wes Anderson’s new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. It is said to be a period piece with an ensemble…
Another blogpost to prove that J.D. Salinger is the novelistic grandfather of Wes Anderson. This time I’m tackling their theme of quixotism.
In my last blogpost on my two artistic heroes I discussed the similarities in the plots and characters of Wes Anderson’s movies and J.D. Salinger’s literary works. This time, I will show you how Anderson and Salinger employ the presence of pets and the importance of imagination in their – similar – works of art. …
As you might have noticed, Wes Anderson is one of my favorite directors of all times. You can imagine that it is not a coincidence that J.D. Salinger, the novelist who inspired Wes Anderson in so many ways, is also one of my favorite writers. I love it when great masters refer to other great masters.
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I call Wes Anderson a true Auteur.
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