in nyc | darjeeling

by eug
September 28, 2007 6:10 AM
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Clearly, you either like Wes Anderson or you don't. Half the people I've spoken with about his new film, The Darjeeling Limited praise it, while the others dismiss it as too quirky, too "affected" (as one friend complained to me tonight). Exactly!

I realized today, while watching the film at a New York Film Festival press and industry screening, that I just really enjoy his cinematic worlds: the look, the talk, the music. It works for me. So, I thoroughly loved traveling across the desert of India on his train.
[photo by eugene hernandez]

Pictured: Jason Schwartzman, Waris Ahluwalia and Adrien Brody after Thursday's NYFF press conference.

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  • eug | October 1, 2007 5:59 AMReply

    certainly... i can't really separate them, they work so well together. some people seem to love the short and hate the feature...

  • Noralil Ryan Fores | September 29, 2007 5:44 AMReply

    Thoughts on Hotel Chevalier coincide with this praise of the feature?