Look Wes, not everyone loves traditional East End cuisine, but there was no need for such a low blow. Sure the hill at feels tough when you're walking up it, but that's a bit much of a stretch even for us Wes.Another jibe is a fight scene, clearly meant to evoke the rough and tumble of Millwall FC fans. Millwall is on the Isle of Dogs, but the actual stadium is in Bermondsey. Finally there's a shot of the protagonist looking longingly off into the distance. One clip that hasn't made the trailer — they're probably saving it for the final cut so SPOILER ALERT — is a dog doing what dogs like to do, only to be followed up by a Mudchute joke. The sketches are simple enough — every character has their eyes closed, and is composed of two or three colors max — but their personalities shine through. , the song by Alex Lahey which was one of 2016’s two songs that made me cry, now has a beautiful Wes-esque music video. The difficulty of cross lingual communication is given a shoutout later in the trailer when one dog deadpans, "I wish somebody spoke his language." We're sure the British and Dutch had similar issues back in the day.Then Wes Anderson adapts a classic piece of Docklands history.Director Wes Anderson has created perhaps the most defined and recognisable aesthetic of his generation, "Wes Anderson-y" now being an adjective used all the time when describing often pastel-coloured, uncannily symmetrical environments.
We're not convinced that this is how the island got its name, but we'll wait for the finished product before judging.
As you might've guessed the Trash Island consists of mostly... The land isn't of much quality when the dogs arrive. That's because London's Isle of Dogs was originally little more than marshland till it was drained by colonisers.
Instead of canines these colonisers were 17th Century Dutch engineers.
Sure, Gee landed his plane safely — hence why we have London City Airport today — and Kobayashi crashes, but that's what artistic license is for.
When they say 'based on a true story' in the opening credits, this is what they're talking about.