Out Now Nights 22: Wes Anderson’s French Dispatch

For this Out Now Nights, Aaron and Abe took a trip to Ennui to discuss Wes Anderson’s ode to The New Yorker magazine in his layered farce, The French Dispatch. With nothing but an expression of thoughts on the film, the guys discuss the anthology film by breaking down the different vignettes, along with how Anderson has evolved as a filmmaker, what the cast brings to each of these stories and more. Plenty to go over in such a rich feature, so enjoy what this Nights (nights) episode has to offer.

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