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If Wes Anderson Directed Forrest Gump, Here’s What You’d Get

Thanks for sorting this one out, Internet

Imagine if Forrest Gump got the oh-so-twee Wes Anderson treatment — it would totally change the entire aesthetic of the movie. Well, filmmaker Louis Paquet decided to reproduce the iconic film’s opening credits, retitling the work A Chocolate Box Kind of Life. He pretty much nails it with the music, camera angles, typography and props, and now we kind of wish we could see the entire movie. First, we just need to find a role for Jason Schwartzman.

(h/t Mashable)

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