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The French Dispatch
Original title:
The French Dispatch
Slovenian title:
Francoska depeša
Section:
KINGS & QUEENS
Country, year:
USA, Germany, 2021
Length:
103
Directed by:
Wes Anderson
Screenplay:
Wes Anderson
Cinematography:
Robert D. Yeoman
Music:
Alexandre Desplat
Subtitles:
Slovenian
Language:
English,French
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Cast:
Moses Rosenthaler), Adrien Brody (Julian Cadazio), Tilda Swinton (J.K.L. Berensen), Léa Seydoux (Simone), Frances McDormand (Lucinda Krementz), Timothée Chalamet (Zeffirelli), Lyna Khoudri (Juliette), Jeffrey Wright (Roebuck Wright), Mathieu Amalric (komisar), Stephen Park (Nescaffier), Bill Murray (Arthur Howitzer Jr.), Owen Wilson (Herbsaint Sazerac), Christoph Waltz (Paul Duval), Jason Schwartzman (Hermes Jones), Anjelica Huston (pripovedovalka)
Awards:
Cannes 2021

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Description:
Iconic director Wes Anderson's latest star-studded feature film pays homage to the journalistic profession and French cinema.

The magazine "The French Dispatch" has its editorial offices in the fictional French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé. Here, a cranky publisher and his even crankier authors commit the strangest stories to paper. Whether painting murderers, poisoned cornichons or stormy student revolutions - the writers of the French Dispatch take a very idiosyncratic look at the world in their articles. In his eccentric filmmaking style, playfully alluding to a series of cultural and social phenomena in recent history, Wes Anderson gives a vivid portrayal of the business of journalism.

"This movie is actually three things: a collection of short stories, something I've always wanted to do; a movie inspired by The New Yorker and the kind of writer they're famous for publishing; and, I've spent a lot of time in France over the years and I've always wanted to do a French movie, and a movie that was related to French cinema." (Wes Anderson)