AD Magazine’s Architectural Film Festival: Only showing on July 15th at 21.45 at Pioner Open Air in Gorky Park. Free entry.
The story of the eccentric Tenenbaum family, where every child is completely neurotic, but at the same time possesses a genius of some type. At just 10 years old, paranoiac Chas has succeeded in finance; Richie is a prodigy tennis player while autistic Margot has become a famous playwright. All of them grew up without their father, Royal Tenenbaum, who comes back all of a sudden, announcing that he is ill with cancer and has only half a year to live. During this time, Royal will try to repair relations with his children and grandchildren, on top of endeavouring to prevent his ex-wife from getting remarried.
This is the 3rd and arguably the best film from Wes Anderson, who presents his unique directorial style to the cinema world, that is to say, a sort of original puppet-show ordered into a strict architectural configuration. Henceforth, Anderson has been called a “cinematic Selinger”. The film was awarded a Golden Globe, was Oscar nominated and contended at Berlin Film Festival.
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