Wry look at young love and dysfunctional families
We once again enter the singular world of director Wes Anderson, who views children, whether they be adults or actual children, with great sympathy. For Anderson it’s the screwed up nature of the adults around them that causes all the problems. He’s an expert at dysfunctional families.
The setting is an island off the east coast of the United States. The year is 1965.
Suzy Bishop (Hayward) might live with her parents (Bill Murray and Frances McDormand), but in reality she inhabits a world of her own, viewing life at home literally from a