Since breaking onto the American indie scene in 1996 with his debut feature Bottle Rocket, writer/director Wes Anderson has delighted audiences with his distinctive idiosyncratic style. But while we’ve been consistently charmed by the likes of Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, one question has continued to gnaw away at us: Why do dogs die in Wes Anderson movies?
To celebrate the release of Isle of Dogs, Anderson’s second stop-motion animation following 2009’s Fantastic Mr Fox, Luís Azevedo (aka Beyond the Frame) explores this canine conundrum with help from a few furry friends.
Published 27 Mar 2018
By Luís Azevedo
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