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    The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun



    The French Dispatch is the European edition of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun - a factual, weekly report on the subjects of world politics, the arts (high and low), fashion, fancy cuisine/fine drink, and diverse stories of human-interest set in faraway quartiers. On the death of the Editor -in-Chief, the editorial staff decide to publish a last, memorial edition highlighting the three best stories which appeared over the ten-year existence of the magazine. The stories involve an artist sentenced to life imprisonment for a double homicide; student riots, and a kidnapping resolved by a chef. The film stars Wes Anderson regulars: Bill Murray, Jason Swartzman, Owen Wilson and Tilda Swinton, as well as newcomers Timothee Chalamet and Elisabeth Moss. The screenplay has the wit and imagination that has made Anderson's previous films, like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle of Dogs such unique cinematic experiences.

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    I'm in bc even if it ends up somewhat uneven like a few of his movies have been, it's still worth the watch & worth supporting someone doing work like this.

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