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Imagine being placed in a room that is filled with an endless amount of things not just ordinary things but trinkets and books and paintings and journals and movies and etc All of these objects have a reason for being there a long and detailed story for why they have ended up there These things are there written and created for the background for the story of a character in a film and more specifically a Wes Anderson film Anderson is a screenwriter and director from Houston Texas He studied Philosophy at the University of Texas and since then he has become one of the most influential contemporary filmmakers within the last 15 years Even though he has only made seven films and currently working on his eighth he has made a huge mark on the film industry with his meticulously styled films that have prominent and consistent themes inspired by huge names in the fields of writing and film that come together to make Anderson a true auteur of his own craft There are three main themes that occur in Wes Andersons films These three themes are family redemption and childhood and they all interconnect with each other Anderson puts a strong emphasis on how being with family is the only way a person can get through life His movie The Royal Tenenbaums centralizes around this idea by telling the story of family who has been estranged from one another for a number of years and how during that time each member of the family has reached the low point of their lives By doing this Anderson was able to create a contrast of how depressed the family is throughout the majority of the movie and then how they are happy when they have resolved issues with their family members that resulted in the family wanting to stay together The Royal The theme of redemption in Andersons films is
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