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Wes Anderson Retrospective #3

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October 30, 2012
7:30 pm

The third of the Astor’s Wes Anderson retrospectives will consist of a double header featuring The Darjeeling Limited and Fantastic Mr. Fox.

With this year’s Moonrise Kingdom serving as a reminder that cinema’s master of twee still possessed his deft touch, what better time to reappraise what are perhaps two of the most overlooked films in his body of work.

As an aside,The Darjeeling Limited’s gorgeous cinematography on the big screen will probably justify the price of admission alone.

WHEN: Tuesday 30 October. 7:30pm
WHERE: Astor Theatre, corner of Chapel Street & Dandenong Road, St Kilda
WEB: astortheatre.net.au/sessions/2012-10-25-1930


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