Wes Anderson has done it. He has created his quirkiest "WTF" film yet. His most “we understand but we don’t" movie ever —Asteroid City which officially releases today. For those of you reading this article because you caught the Thursday showing (or are reading this during the weekend), you already kind of know what’s going on in this film… essentially you are watching a television special about a televised production of Asteroid City, a play by famed playwright Conrad Earp. Asteroid City is a fictional desert town where a youth science fiction convention called the "Junior Stargazer" is happening. The actual play that the television special is covering is in widescreen and technicolor, while the re-enactment of the first staging of the play is shown. In black and white. If you're like us though, you might have left in desperate need of the Asteroid City ending explained.
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