Homage to Wes Anderson

Rushmore

by Wes Anderson

Fifteen-year-old Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman) is a brilliant student at Rushmore Academy, prestigious private institute. He meets steel tycoon Herman Blume (Bill Murray), a rich, successful and yet very sad businessman. The two unlikely friends are soon pitted against each other when they both fall for a young teacher.

Hotel Chevalier

by Wes Anderson

Jack Whitman is laying on his bed, in his room at Hotel Chevalier, Paris. He receives a call from a woman who tells him she’s on her way to see him. Jack tidies up his room and gets ready for their rendezvous. She arrives. Long silences, accompanied by the notes of Peter Sarstedt’s Where Do You Go To (My Lovely), tell us the end of a complicated love story.

The Darjeeling limited

by Wes Anderson

The Whitman brothers, Francis, Peter and Jack, found themselves together in India aboard a special train, the Darjeeling Limited. Final destination of the trip, organized by Francis as a spiritual adventure of fraternal reconciliation, is actually a monastery in the Himalayan foothills where their mother went to live.

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

by Wes Anderson

Explorer and documentarist Steve Zissou (Bill Murray) sets off on a new undersea expedition, to hunt down the Jaguar shark who ate his friend during the shooting of their last underwater documentary. His crew is made up of wife Eleanor (Anjelica Huston), a pregnant journalist (Cate Blanchett) and an alleged son (Owen Wilson).

Bottle rocket

by Wes Anderson

Upon his release from a mental hospital, Anthony (Luke Wilson) doesn’t know what to do with himself and joins his even more unstable friend Dignan in a criminal scheme involving the ‘legendary’ Mr Henry. With the help of their neighbour Bob, the two friends manage to start off their plan, which turns out to be far from what anyone expected.
Wes Anderson’s directorial debut.

The Royal Tenenbaums

by Wes Anderson

The Tenenbaums are a model family comprised of Royal (Gene Hackman), his wife Etheline (Anjelica Huston) and their three genius children; Richie (Luke Wilson), Chas (Ben Stiller) and Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow). Twenty years later, however, things have changed and the three siblings find themselves for the sudden come back of a supposedly ill Royal, exactly when Etheline is about to remarry.

Fantastic Mr. Fox

by Wes Anderson

Mr and Mrs Fox live happily with their son Ash inside a tall tree on top of a hill. But Mr Fox’s animal insticts urge him to go poaching in his mean spirited neighbours’ barnyards. This bold initiative puts his beloved family and friends from the hill in great danger.

Moonrise Kingdom

by Wes Anderson

Summer 1965. In New Penzance, small island off the coast of New England, twelve-year-olds Sam and Suzy meet by chance at a play: they fall in love, make a secret pact and run away together from families and tutors. With Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Bruce Willis.