Regardez ça: Wes Anderson has directed a music video for his upcoming movie The French Dispatch, and it’s filled with Easter eggs for these of us ready patiently to go see it when it hits theaters on October 22. The music video is for a canopy of the 1966 French pop ballad “Aline,” sung initially by Christophe however this time by Jarvis Cocker, in character as a preferred crooner within the French Dispatch universe named Tip-Prime. The music video, illustrated and animated by Javi Aznarez, reveals Tip-Prime twirling and stumbling via the fictional French city during which The French Dispatch is ready, traipsing his manner via a variety of settings from the movie: the alleyways, the jail, and the places of work of the Liberty, Kansas, Night Solar’s international bureau. It’s an actual Où est Waldo? of Anderson regulars, from Willem Dafoe as Albert “The Abacus” to Jason Schwartzman as Hermès Jones to Anjelica Huston as a puppet-wielding Narrator. See what number of you may rely.

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