Did a little visit to see one of Wes Anderson's work for Prada that made a year ago. Teamed up with Roman Coppola and his home-actor Jason Schwartzman, he was commissioned to make 8" shorties to for this remarkably famous brand.
The clip itself depicted Schwartzman as a race car driver who crashes into a statue of Jesus in a remote Italian town during a rally. The city-dwelling driver is none too please to be stranded, but after basking in the hospitality of the locals and the history they share, the stubborn Schwartzman begins to feel right at home.
Anderson's aficionados would always picked his clips as their favorite because one thing that reminds: mind-blowing quirky art direction. That's a special beauty for almost of his film works.