Movies, Drama

The Grand Hotel Budapest

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The Grand Hotel Budapest

Wes Anderson fans will not be disappointed by his new film. While The Grand Budapest Hotel is emotionally not as deep as Moonrise Kingdom, the film has a stronger plot, making it easier to watch.

It is also funnier than many of his previous projects.  More so than in any Anderson movie, I lost track of time because the plot moves at a quick path. Visually, like most of Anderson’s films, you are in for a wonderful experience.  Apparently, Anderson was inspired by one of my favorite German writers, Stefan Zweig. If you want to see one of Zweig’s great psychological dramas, watch the 1998 film Burning Secret with Faye Dunaway and Klaus Maria Brandauer.



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