Love Letter to 20th-century France:
We have seen in hundreds of movies that the director wants to give an ode to that particular city. That’s why he is shooting there. We saw that in Casablanca, Midnight in Paris, Lost in Translation, Master of None, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, and many more. And if you want to show France in its all glory, what the best place to shoot other than France itself. Wes Anderson is Hollywood’s most creative director. He has a sense of Symmetry in shots and his films are just wonderfully edited and colored.
If we are talking about Wes Anderson, then I have already believed that you have watched his filmography. If you are living under a rock and by chance not familiar with his movies, I guess you should start with The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), then you should watch The Darjeeling Limited, Isle of Dogs, Moonrise Kingdom, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. And then you are ready to watch his upcoming one.
Love Letter to 20th-century France: The Cast
Wes Anderson has ensembled a huge star cast for this movie because this movie is his dream project. The star cast includes Timothée Chalamet, Stephen Park, Léa Seydoux, Adrien Brody, Saoirse Ronan, Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson, Liev Schreiber, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and many more. I mean, just look at the cast. He included everyone from Hollywood and mixes them with each other. And everyone has a unique character. A comedic one indeed.
Love Letter to 20th-century France: Release Date
The movie was supposed to be released on the 24th of July but because of this Pandemic, the movie has been postponed. Now the new release date for the movie is the 16th of October this year.
Love Letter to 20th-century France: Story
The whole story has not been released because of obvious reasons. But we know the plot of the movie will revolve around this fictional place in France with a magazine agency called The French Dispatch. And they are moving ahead with the final edition of their magazine and they are going ahead with a collection of short stories from France.
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