Wes Anderson’s Animated 'The French Dispatch' Music Video is Filled with Easter Eggs

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Wes Anderson’s Animated 'The French Dispatch' Music Video is Filled with Easter Eggs

‘The French Dispatch’ comes to theaters on October 22nd.

With just a month to go before The French Dispatch arrives in theaters, Searchlight Pictures has released a delightfully whimsical music video directed by Wes Anderson. The video features a cover of “Aline,” made popular by French singer Christophe in 1966, sung by Jarvis Cocker as the in-universe singer Tip-Top. In the music video, a brightly illustrated Tip-Top takes us through Anderson's fictional French town, weaving in and out of the lives of the film's illustrious cast. Illustrated and animated by Javi Aznarez, the music video is nearly four minutes long and packed with Easter Eggs for things that fans can expect to see in The French Dispatch next month.

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Outside the Le Sans Blague, Frances McDormand's Lucinda Krementz sits with a cup of coffee and a pen in hand, unaware of Tip-Top's song-and-dance that inspires the other cafe-goers to jump up and dance too. From the Hotel Dispatch, Tip-Top boards a train and heads to the Prison Asylum where he crosses paths with Benicio Del Toro's imprisoned Moses Rosenthaler. As Tip-Top twirls out of the scene, a curtain is pulled up to reveal a large orchestra that Moses conducts as the score swells.

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