One of the joys of watching any Wes Anderson film is seeing how the American filmmaker and screenwriter will manage to take his latest cast of characters and box them up into their own, individual worlds for us to peek in on. Oftentimes, watching a Wes Anderson movie feels like looking into a dollhouse, and with Castello Cavalcanti, Anderson relies on Jason Schwartzman to achieve that same sense of omnividence. Playing the part of a race-car driver whose ride has crashed in the small village of Castello Cavalcanti, Schwartzman explores conflict, family history and more all in the course of one, tightly-packed seven minute film. Check out it out in its entirety above.