Mori Girl

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But here’s the thing about Wes Anderson: he positions himself as an outsider, and his protagonists are always outsiders, painfully awkward and deeply deficient in social skills but also desperately seeking love (and you will notice that his white characters are capable of longing for love in a much more profound way than his characters of colour will ever achieve). But at the end of the day, what is so outsider about Wes? He’s an extremely successful, wealthy, white dude. That’s not to say that rich white dudes can’t ever feel alienated. But to position yourself as an outsider, while making art that ensures that people of colour are truly outside, is obscenely fake.
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humanformat:

And you want our “democracy”…

humanformat:

And you want our “democracy”…

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