Prada and Wes Anderson have teamed up for a short film that features everything quintessential to a Wes Anderson film. In this short, Jason Schwartman plays a foul-mouthed formula-one race car driver who crashes his car in the town statue after his “son-of-a-******** brother-in-law screws in his steering wheel backward. He ends up in the small, quiet Italian town of Castello Cavalcanti, soon discovering that this town is, in fact, the home of his ancestors. He even meets his great, great grand-uncle Michelangelo, who he greets with two kisses and a slap. This quirky short film is enjoyable and so, very Wes Anderson.
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