Isle of Dogs (Wes Anderson)

by | 12 Aug, 2020

A cat-worshiping clan, which governs the futuristic city of Magasaki, exiles dogs to a landfill island, pushing a 12-year-old boy on an initiatory journey in search of his pet. Filmed in stop-motion, the movie seduces with its aesthetics, strange humor and captivating sensibility. It makes us forget that we hear the voices of Bryan Cranston, Bill Murray or Frances McDormand. It is a visual show! Wes Anderson did it again. 

Enjoy it with… Yeah, only with a Koshu or aged Sake. 



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