A super-cut of Wes Anderson’s love of symmetry

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Ever wondered what it is that makes Wes Anderson films so goddamn beautiful?

Here’s just one answer: His use of symmetry, a technique adored by self-diagnosed OCD sufferers and general film lovers alike.

There’s no need to go looking for your copy of The Fantastic Mr. Fox, because Vimeo filmmaker Kogonada has compiled two-and-a-half-minutes of equilibrium in Wes Anderson // Centred.

Watch below if you’re into warm colours. Or things in balance. Or Bill Murray. Or if you’re just in need of an Anderson fix between now and April 10, when The Grand Budapest Hotel is finally released in Australia.


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