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Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom’s trailer is such a ridiculous visual feast of a style that I simply adore.  And so much of it makes me long for summer garden days. I am watching it over and over because it sparks ideas literally every single second. I wish I had a full set of stills to study.

Oh and that music — sounds so much like the Chicha music that I fell in love with when we made the first Leaf Magazine video. Do you remember it?

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One Response to Moonrise Kingdom

  1. Love the attitude, this one I’ll write down so I can remember it’s coming! Thanks for the heads up.

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