If you like Wes Anderson films you'll find a charming, oddball, science fiction infused, theatrical tone-poem about loss and aliens. If you don't, you'll find a weird, annoyingly twee, quirk-filled, idiosyncratic, self indulgence. It all comes down to your personal taste. and tolerance for quirk.
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The film is about a TV show that follows a writer, working on his world famous fictional play. The play becomes the film that isn’t the TV show, but is still a play. It’s theatrical narrative is about a grieving father who travels with his tech-obsessed family to the small rural town of Asteroid City to compete in a junior stargazing event, only to have his world view disrupted forever. The film is directed by Wes Anderson, The TV show is narrated by Bryan Cranston the play is directed by Adrien Brody who is actually playing Schubert Green.
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