Wes Anderson — whose latest film The Grand Budapest Hotel just won four Oscars, including statues for costume design and production design — has a very distinct signature style that includes symmetry, slow motion and the Futura font.
But the above supercut focuses on a more subtle Anderson trope: the use of the colors red and yellow. Anderson’s color palettes vary from film to film, of course, but as you’ll see, red and yellow are often featured very heavily.
This will surely help Saturday Night Live should they decide to make another brilliant Wes Anderson parody.
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