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Supercut Explores Wes Anderson's Love Of Red And Yellow

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If film directors truly are artists - and the screen their pallet - Wes Anderson is like a modern day van Gogh.
 
Not because Vincent himself was partial to bicycles, bowties, and Bill Murray (though we wouldn’t put it past him), but because each man's opus bears a unique visual style that separates them from their peers using distinct colour patterns.
 
 
If you like Anderson's work, you'll lap this up.

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