Wes Anderson does a lot of things well, but one thing he does really well is the emotional slow-mo shot set to music. Just in time for us to get even more excited about the March release of The Grand Budapest Hotel, TheFilmStage has compiled all of Anderson’s arty frame-by-frame action into one supercut, below. The whole thing’s set to a pretty good Shins song, too, though something by The Kinks would have probably been more appropriate. Either way, the tense majesty of the slow motion clips is so thick you can damn near cut it with a tiny and lovably quirky Swiss Army Knife.
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