American Express: My Life. My Card Trailer

American Express: My Life. My Card Trailer (2004)

"My Life. My Card." 15 September 2004 Factual 2 mins

A commercial directed and starred in by Wes Anderson in which he explains how to make a movie while answering various questions from his cast and crew.

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Wes Anderson

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