Books hold a special, significant place in Wes Anderson’s films, and The A to Z Review has put together a neat supercut of the various points throughout his films where books are featured.

Watching it, it’s interesting to see just how important books are to Anderson’s films, and how much the director draws upon a literary tradition to structure his films: I’ve always sort of known that his books are sort of like novels, but seeing these together really brings the point home.


[The A To Z Review via Mark Charan Newton]