The Fantastic Mr. Anderson: A Biography of Wes Anderson

The Fantastic Mr. Anderson: A Biography of Wes Anderson

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by Jennifer Warner
     
 

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Ever since "Bottle Rocket" charmed it's way onto movie screens across the country in 1996, Wes Anderson's unique and creative style of filmmaking has captivated audiences worldwide. Much has been written about his movies, but little has been written about the man.

This short biography gives you an inside look at the person behind the movies. It also will look

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Ever since "Bottle Rocket" charmed it's way onto movie screens across the country in 1996, Wes Anderson's unique and creative style of filmmaking has captivated audiences worldwide. Much has been written about his movies, but little has been written about the man.

This short biography gives you an inside look at the person behind the movies. It also will look briefly at the techniques and style behind each of his movies, and provide a bit of trivia along the way.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016683874
Publisher:
BookCaps Study Guides
Publication date:
06/24/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
68 KB

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The Fantastic Mr. Anderson: A Biography of Wes Anderson 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a HUGE Wes Anderson fan so this was so much fun for me to read but I think some people might find it disappointing. I had received the Wes Anderson Collection for Christmas a few weeks before and even though the information was different, (The Wes Anderson Collection was filled with much more detail and insight into his movies instead of his personal life) I think The Fantastic Mr. Anderson is a little bit more like reading a magazine article with larger font.