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Much like music, film has a set of rules that directors abide by. One rule for example, the rule of thirds, is the idea that if you divide the picture on a film into thirds and place the main subject on that line, it will be more aesthetically pleasing. Basically, don't put a person in the middle of the frame. Rules like this one, Wes Andersen kicks to the curb, and says "Screw it, I'll make a good film how I want." It gives his films that weird sense that everything is off that his fans are attracted to.
Contributed by Conner VanHorn