The Grand Budapest Hotel (6-Feb-2014)|
Director: Wes Anderson
Writers: Wes Anderson; Hugo Guinness
Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Bellhop
A concierge at a storied Interbellum-era European hotel forms a spectacular friendship with a bellhop.
Surreal, adventurous, and colorful all at once in a way that practically screams director Wes Anderson's name across the screen, The Grand Budapest Hotel acquaints viewers with the story of Gustave H., a concierge at a majestic Interbellum-era European hotel sharing its name with the film's title, and his friendship formed with new bellhop Zero out of an attempt to maneuver his way out of being framed for the murder of upper-crust hotel patron Madame D.
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