Presenting 'The Grand Sausage Pizza', A Pornographic Film By Wes Anderson

Imagine what it would be like if Wes Anderson directed a porno. Now imagine somebody was able to rent a dolly and get enough pink wallpaper to make it a reality. If you'd like to see the version with the quick zoom in on the money shot, you'll have to upgrade to 'Premium'.

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