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The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 film review


The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 film review

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014, United Kingdom)

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Running time
100 minutes
Language
English
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Our rating
★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 7 / 10

The Grand Budapest Hotel was the place in Republic of Zubrowka where wealthy people could spend some time surrounded by luxurious interiors and ever obliging staff under the supervision of legendary concierge Monsieur Gustave. The between wars era has changed everything in life of Gustave - one of the rich and aging clients that he entertained, Madame Desgoffe, died in mysterious circumstances and he became the prime suspect since he was mentioned in her last will as the inheritor of very valuable painting "Boy with Apple". Gustave steals the painting and hides it in the hotel. Soon he and the hotel boy Zero Moustafa, who helped him, are arrested and sent to jail. Gustave has to use his connections to get out, but there are things going on in Zubrowka that will change the whole world of Monsieur Gustave.

Comedy made as tribute to Austrian filmmaker Stefan Zweig, the film imitates the now considered oldfashioned style of old comedies. With great cast and very methodical composition and narration the film is remarkable achievement on the visual side, unfortunately the story is weak point of the whole production - although it is pleasure to watch The Grand Budapest Hotel it contains rather limited amount of content.


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Creators of The Grand Budapest Hotel


Wes Anderson films

Wes Anderson

director

Wes Anderson films

Wes Anderson

screenplay

Hugo Guinness films

Hugo Guinness

screenplay



Cast of The Grand Budapest Hotel


Ralph Fiennes films

Ralph Fiennes

as M. Gustave

Tony Revolori films

Tony Revolori

as Zero

F. Murray Abraham films

F. Murray Abraham

as Mr. Moustafa

Willem Dafoe films

Willem Dafoe

as Jopling

Adrien Brody films

Adrien Brody

as Dmitri

Jeff Goldblum films

Jeff Goldblum

as Deputy Kovacs

Harvey Keitel films

Harvey Keitel

as Ludwig

Jude Law films

Jude Law

as Young Writer

Bill Murray films

Bill Murray

as M. Ivan

Edward Norton films

Edward Norton

as Henckels

Saoirse Ronan films

Saoirse Ronan

as Agatha

Jason Schwartzman films

Jason Schwartzman

as M. Jean

Tom Wilkinson films

Tom Wilkinson

as Author

Owen Wilson films

Owen Wilson

as M. Chuck


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