Rushmore

Rushmore Rush is the second work from the team of Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson following the success of their debut screenplay and film Bottle Rocket It is a refreshingly offbeat comedy about young Max Fish a

  • Title: Rushmore
  • Author: Wes Anderson Owen Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780571200122
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rush is the second work from the team of Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson following the success of their debut screenplay and film Bottle Rocket It is a refreshingly offbeat comedy about young Max Fish, a precocious pupil at a conservative private school He is a live wire, a teenager full of madcap entrepreneurial schemes that usually in failure His personal life becomeRush is the second work from the team of Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson following the success of their debut screenplay and film Bottle Rocket It is a refreshingly offbeat comedy about young Max Fish, a precocious pupil at a conservative private school He is a live wire, a teenager full of madcap entrepreneurial schemes that usually in failure His personal life becomes similarly complicated when he falls for his elegant teacher, Rosemary Cross, and finds himself vying for her favor with Herman Blume who is portrayed in the film by Bill Murray the wealthy father of two of his classmates Max ultimately proves himself a figure of some tenacity as he negotiates the minefield of love, desire, and adolescence.At the Toronto Film Festival, Screen International called Rush a real charmer filled with surprise twists and emotions that avoid sentimentality A little gem.

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    1. Wes Anderson Owen Wilson

      Wesley Wales Anderson is an American director, writer, and producer of features, short films and commercials He was nominated for a 2001 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for The Royal Tenenbaums.

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    1. While I'm hesitant to implicitly promote screenwriting as a form of literature, it's sometimes fun to read a script and to see where the film and text diverge. It's of particular interest to see how Anderson utilizes unused scenes and visual motifs in the Rushmore script within his subsequent films, The Royal Tenenbaums and The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. Foreword by James L. Brooks. Introduction by Wes Anderson.



    2. Earlier this season I was held captive in front of an eager audience that wanted to know whether or not I believed in magic."Fair enough," said I.And so I let my audience know that far beyond a simple stated belief in magic, I actually wholeheartedly embraced magic.Here's what I said:I embrace an impalpable magic; a magic quickly gone, with illumined vision and sleepy murmuring; a magic that will cumulate into a type consensual music harnessed upon the unspoken narrative. However seemingly stopp [...]


    3. Even if you've seen the movie, this is worth reading for the priceless Introduction, where Wes describes hanging out with an aged and appropriately crotchety Pauline Kael and screening the movie for her. Also, some of the character descriptions in the screenplay are pretty wonderful: Dr. Guggenheim is "very dashing with silver hair and a warmly patronizing manner" and Miss Cross has her hair "pulled back like a ballet dancer."







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