Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs has been hailed as one of the cult director’s greatest films to date, after it premiered at the Berlin Film Festival.
The stop-motion animation follow a pack of dogs who are forced to fight for survival after a canine-borne disease in Japan results in their exile to a bleak and barren island.
But despite the child-like exterior, the film has been praised for the way in which Anderson transforms into into one of his darkest and weirdest creations to date.
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