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Wes Anderson’s Pastel-Hued ‘The French Dispatch’ Trailer Is A Quirky Delight
By Izza Sofia, 13 Feb 2020
Searchlight Pictures dropped the first trailer for Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch on Wednesday.
The film centers on a magazine set in the fictional French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé in the 1960s.
It stars Bill Murray, who plays Arthur Howitzer Jr., an editor who runs the publication which covers “world politics, the arts high and low and diverse stories of human interest.” The magazine is loosely inspired by The New Yorker.
The trailer features a series of montages, and is filmed in both pastels and black-and-white. One story sees Tilda Swinton’s character looking into Moses Rosenthaler, an artist who rose to fame after painting his muse and prison guard, Simone (Lea Seydoux).
Other cast members include Saoirse Ronan, sporting a mane of golden hair, and Timothée Chalamet, a student revolutionary with a mustache.
The film will surely delight many viewers out there. Check out the trailer below.
[via Vulture, opening image via Searchlight Pictures]
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