Enverad me encantaron los movimientos de cámara, las tomas, la corrección de color y el encuadre, pero principalmente el encuadre y los movimientos de cámara. La película fue de las que mas me gusto, Y SI me gusto la historia.
One of the best, if not the best West Anderson to date. Definitely at the top of his game. I think what I liked most was that it's his first film with child actors in the lead roles, and they nailed it. Really impressive given that this was both their first film, it's as if they were actually born in Wes Anderson's universe. I liked the change over to 16mm for this film too, had a nice grainy texture to it.
Anderson wants to tell human stories, but his approach is dehumanising. His aesthetic reduces characters to clockwork objects; actions & consequences pre-programmed to facilitate his particular system. While technique is enviable, it robs the work of life & spontaneity. It expects the audience to fall in love with its cutesy characters & quirky narrative based on a series of stylistic fetishes, but not actual depth.
More autistic whimsy from Anderson's mechanical toy theatre. The all-too-knowing eccentricity grinds along the conveyer belt with irritating regularity: the jerky narrative, the contrived mise-en-scene, the kitsch aesthetic, etc. reducing this already slight, if sweet, tale to a nervy confection. The bastard child of Peanuts and Arthur Ransome? A tad unkind, but this is just froth.