How ‘The French Dispatch’ Took Over a French Town

For “The French Dispatch,” the filmmakers set up shop in a real French city to create the setting for the movie’s fictional one.

How 'The French Dispatch' Took Over A French Town

The New York Times – by Mekado Murphy

What happens when you combine the cinema of Wes Anderson with a charming, historic French city? You get a stylized version of France that highlights the director’s whimsical passions — like centuries-old buildings reframed in symmetric picture-book ways and neighborhoods accented with quaint and colorful accessories.

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