The Wes Anderson style – the lovingly curated music, the careful shot composition, the sharp costumes, the incessant references – is easy to copy; or rather, it seems as if it is. Tristan Oliver should know; he was director of photography on Isle of Dogs. “It’s pretty easy to pastiche Wes,” he admits. “I think certainly a lot of commercials are made that way, and in quite a sloppy way; these peculiarly pale, flat commercials with strange childlike adults wearing clothes that are slightly too small for them.”
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