Wes Anderson Slow-Motion Supercut Highlights One Of Director's Signature Quirks

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Wes Anderson is known for incorporating slow-motion scenes in his movies. | Buena Vista Pictures

You can spot a Wes Anderson movie from a lightyear away: vivid color pallets, Futura typeface, peculiar families, Bill Murray. Another staple is slow-motion. In fact, if you eliminate everything from Anderson's movies except the slow-mo scenes, you're left with four minutes of footage, which has now been compiled into a lovely supercut by Vimeo user Alejandro Prullansky (he scored the clip with The Shins' "New Slang"). Watch Margot and Richie Tenenbaum's reunion, Max Fischer's bloody nose and more signature Anderson moments below.

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