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Director Wes Anderson said of the scene: There were some people who didn’t like the wolf scene. In particular one very important person. And he said, I don’t understand what this scene is doing in the movie. And I would always say to him, I’m not cutting it. That scene is why I’m making the movie. So what does it mean? Actor Jason Schwartzman, ...


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I write this answer as someone who reviews films for a living and is also intimately familiar with Britten's music. I'm hard pressed to think of any relationship between the structure of the film's story and the structure of The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. The musical piece is structured as a theme and variations, which the spoken narration ...


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What is being forgotten is that Mr. Fox et al are not animals. They are human beings presented as animals, they talk wear clothes have neuroses they are clearly human and possess uniquely human attributes. So the meeting with the wolf is between a human and something related to humanity. This something understands no earthly language and is beyond a ...


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I could agree with the above review about the wolf being a representation of the wild. I guess the explanation is that Mr. Fox is already living in the forest/suburbs and is tightly connected with a civilized small animal world and human world. His talents lie in being good in this environment, yet he also loves his wild side, as he repeats several times ...


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During the film we see the Mr fox and the way he lives. The main important thing in the Mr fox’s life is the contrast between the domesticated side and the wild side which is controlled by a pure instinct. In the wild side the meaning of life is totaly different from the domesticated side. In fact following the new life even for human being made the Mr fox ...


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Though just a short filler as many of the views have been posted but I recall that Mr. Fox stresses the hard winter ahead for the wolf yet up until this meeting with the Wolf and further is still a hard struggle for them. Therefore the fact that being animals is a hard life, but throughout the whole movie: animals act as humans but are in fact animals. Mr. ...



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