Watch a Super Cut of Wes Anderson’s Signature Slo-Mo Shots

When you watch a director’s work for a while, you get to know his/her signature tricks — the themes and camera work that appear again and again. A couple years ago, we featured a video called Wes Anderson // FROM ABOVEa montage capturing Anderson’s penchant for the aerial shot, a move that contributes to the lightness, playfulness and quirkiness of his films. Now comes a super cut of Anderson’s slo-mo shots, compiled by Alejandro Prullansky, set to The Shins’ song, “New Slang.” If you’re looking for a good overview of Wes Anderson’s filmography, we’d encourage you to watch this series: 7 Video Essays on Wes Anderson’s Films: Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums & More.

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