By forgoing dialogue, Anderson has created some of his most transcendent moments. One of the most successful of these was the medley of Margot Tenenbaum's clandestine love affairs set to The Ramones' "Judy is a Punk." Not only does it shed light on Margot's enigmatic personality, but it's the impetus for some much needed honesty within the narcissistic Tenenbaum household. Margot is punk, with her disaffected disposition, her wooden digit tapping away in defiance, and her overall sui generis. Wes Anderson loves to explore unrequited love and Margot resides in that pantheon of elusive muses next to Estella from "Great Expectations."