The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (20-Nov-2004)|
Director: Wes Anderson
Writers: Wes Anderson; Noah Baumbach
Keywords: Action/Adventure, Filmmaking, Revenge, Submarine, Kidnapping, Rescue Mission, Explosions
An oceanographer embarks on a Moby Dick-esque quest to avenge a shark's killing of his friend and associate.
Steve Zissou is a renaissance man of the ocean, enjoying a reputation as a master of oceanography that sees him viewed as a Jacques Cousteau of his time by the general public. Trouble in our man's personal life arises from a variety of sources when his wife's possible infidelity is compounded by his partner's death at the hands of a mythical "Jaguar Shark", forcing him to set out on a quixotic journey with "Team Zissou" -- comprising an attractive young journalist, his aforementioned estranged spouse, and a curious fellow claiming to be his son -- to avenge his friend's killing and discover a spark capable of reigniting his fledgling career.
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