If you've ever seen a Wes Anderson film, there's no doubt you've noticed his highly stylized version of film making. From quirky characters and theatrical set design, to a heavy use of graphic design and... everything being centered. That's what a filmmaker who goes by Kogonada noticed, and then made this fantastic supercut of Wes Anderson moments with a dotted line showing their incredible, addictive, immaculate symmetry.
Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel is now hitting theaters, and you'll notice it's no stranger to the phenomenon of his all powerful centered vision. Even panning shots in Anderson's films end up hitting the centerline -- three times in one quick shot in the case of Moonrise Kingdom. Have a look -- but be warned -- you'll never be able to un-see this technique:
Originally written by Benjamin Starr for VisualNews