The particularity of Big Eyes in Tim Burton's filmography

Big Eyes is very different from any previous Tim Burton film. A lot more classic in terms of narrative construction, set in the real world and telling a real story. How is Big Eyes an unusual Burton film? Are there any recognisable elements and techniques that characterise Burton’s style? What is new and feels different?

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