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New Wes Anderson supercut puts you at the controls of planes, trains, and automobiles

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Wes Anderson might be better known for wide, static shots that show off the quirks of his meticulously crafted sets, but the director has a large cinematographic arsenal. Supercut expert Jaume R. Lloret makes this obvious with his latest video, a minute-long short that splices together vehicle shots from movies such as The Life Aquatic and Fantastic Mr. Fox. Anderson puts the viewer in the driving seat, behind the wheels, sticks, and controls of cars, rickshaws, and helicopters, imbuing the inanimate objects with life and his movies with movement.