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Episode 24: Rushmore

We are back with the fourth and final movie in our short stroll through (some of) the films of Wes Anderson. Rushmore (1998) is an interesting piece of his early filmography for the way it points to some of the flourishes he will become famous for and the ways it has little to do with what will come after. It is Anderson’s first collaboration with Jason Schwartzman and features a memorable performance from Bill Murray that we spend a bit of time trying to understand. There are a lot of creative decisions to puzzle through in this one and we hope you enjoy it and will join us for our next episode.

This week’s One-shots.

Angela – Inside (Bo Burnham)

Joseph – What Remains of Edith Finch

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The music in this episode is a Lof-Fi Remix of the song Concerning Hobbits by PatrickMoonBird. You can find their music on Spotify and Soundcloud.

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