All Of Wes Anderson’s Emotional Slow Motion Shots Rolled Into One

It’s been established that Wes Anderson has a way with women. But in addition to strong-willed heroines, all classic Andersonian films are certain to exhibit the director’s appreciation of ’70s fashion, his slightly left-of-center storybook aesthetic, and his clear predilection for a good slow-mo shot. And since he treats his audience to only a few moments of prolonged melancholy per film, someone took the liberty of stringing several of these moments together to a song that Natalie Portman once said “would change your life” (in the movie Garden State—not directed by Wes Anderson). It’s a great palate cleanser for when the craziness of fashion week makes you numb to basic human emotions.