The Grand Budapest Hotel

Never have I seen such a unique stamp of emotion from a director into his film. Inspired by the writings of Stefan Zweig, Wes Anderson delivers an exquisite set of images that convey his own style and substance. Camera takes, colors, scenes, costume & set design, screenplay and dialogue – all act according to Anderson’s direction. His most complete film yet, showing how he has matured throughout the years and acquired experience to visually tell audiences exactly what he wants to communicate.

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