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Filmerick Moonrise Kingdom - the period of cosmography
Filmerick Moonrise Kingdom
Amor, inocencia, y drama
En medio de un mundo diorama
Un score magistral
Narrativa genial
Moonrise Kingdom merece gran fama


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jackfirecat From: jackfirecat Date: May 27th, 2012 05:52 pm (UTC) (Link)
A new Wes Anderson film? This is news to me. Hoorah, can't wait to see!
anselmo_b From: anselmo_b Date: May 27th, 2012 06:00 pm (UTC) (Link)
Don't miss it. It's really good.
jackfirecat From: jackfirecat Date: June 7th, 2012 10:02 pm (UTC) (Link)
Aw, gosh, yes, so it is. Wonderful.

I'd like to say Bradburyesque, but it isn't, (he's inimitable, & Moonrise Kingdom is a quite different feel to Dandelion Wine) & of course what it is is it's Wes-Anderson-esque. However, the maps are different, but the territory is the same.

(I think I quite like that: I may repost)
anselmo_b From: anselmo_b Date: June 8th, 2012 03:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
But there is some relationship nevertheless. The dioramic, the poignancy of the iconic, is something that Bradbury dealt a lot with. The story "The Machineries of Joy" was a good example if I remember it correctly. But Anderson is a postmodernist, he delivers his images with a grain of salt that you can take them with if you become afraid of getting too corny -you can intellectualize them and feel witty about it. But Bradbury dealt masterfully with raw pathos, he was great at staying just on the right side but he did slip now and then in a way you couldn't help him as a reader.
It is as you say, the maps are different.
jackfirecat From: jackfirecat Date: June 8th, 2012 10:06 pm (UTC) (Link)
>in a way you couldn't help him as a reader.

what a nice observation.
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