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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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The Grand Budapest Hotel tells of a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars and his friendship with a young employee who becomes his trusted protégé. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting, the battle for an enormous family fortune and the slow and then sudden upheavals that transformed Europe during the first half of the 20th century.

Director: Wes Anderson
Writer: Wes Anderson

Release Date: 2014-02-26
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39
Budget: $30,000,000
Revenue: $174,600,318
Production Companies : Fox Searchlight Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Studio Babelsberg, Indian Paintbrush, TSG Entertainment, American Empirical Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America, Germany
Release Date: 2014-02-26
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39
Budget: $30,000,000
Revenue: $174,600,318

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Ralph Fiennes
as Monsieur Gustave H.
Tony Revolori
as Young Zero Moustafa
F. Murray Abraham
as Old Zero Moustafa
Mathieu Amalric
as Serge X.
Adrien Brody
as Dmitri Desgoffe-und-Taxis
Willem Dafoe
as J.G. Jopling
Jeff Goldblum
as Deputy Vilmos Kovacs
Harvey Keitel
as Ludwig
Jude Law
as Young Writer
Bill Murray
as Monsieur Ivan
Edward Norton
as Inspector Albert Henckels
Saoirse Ronan
as Agatha
Jason Schwartzman
as Monsieur Jean
Léa Seydoux
as Clotilde
Tilda Swinton
as Madame Céline Villeneuve Desgoffe-und-Taxis
Tom Wilkinson
as Old Author
Owen Wilson
as Monsieur Chuck
Florian Lukas
as Pinky
Bob Balaban
as Monsieur Martin
Fisher Stevens
as Monsieur Robin
Wallace Wolodarsky
as Monsieur Georges
Waris Ahluwalia
as Monsieur Dino
Larry Pine
as Mr. Mosher
Karl Markovics
as Wolf
Volker Michalowski
as Günther
Daniel Steiner
as Anatole
Hendrik von Bültzingslöwen
as Ernst
Lisa Kreuzer
as Grande Dame
Rainer Reiners
as Herr Mendl
Sabine Urig
as Laetizia
Matthias Matschke
as Prison Guard
Philipp Sonntag
as Monk
Hans Martin Stier
as Monk
Giselda Volodi
as Serge's Sister
Neal Huff
as Lieutenant
Steffen Scheumann
as Head Waiter (1968)
Milton Welsh
as Franz
Piet Paes
as Taxi Driver
Michaela Caspar
as Marguerite
Heike Hanold-Lynch
as Carolina
Roy Macready
as Old Man
Carl Sprague
as Distant Relation
Golo Euler
as Lutz Police Militia
Roman Berger
as Parcel Inspector
Michael Benthin
as Snitch
Lucas Hedges
as Pump Attendant
Wolfgang Ceczor
as Monk
Georg Tryphon
as Monk
Gabriel Rush
as Otto
Hannes Wegener
as Soldier
Gerald Sullivan
as Soldier
Ben Howard
as Soldier
Marko Dyrlich
as Zig-Zag
Jella Niemann
as Student
Marcel Mazur
as Author's Grandson
Robert Bienas
as Alpine Hiker
Oliver Claridge
as Composer
Bernhard Kremser
as Businessman
Kunichi Nomura
as Actor
Sister Anna Rademacher
as Nun
Heinz-Werner Jeschkowski
as Bather
Sabine Euler
as Schoolteacher
Renate Klein
as Widow
Paul Schlase
as Igor
Darin Damjanow
as Chauffeur
Dar Ronge
as Crippled Shoeshine Boy
Robin Hurlstone
as Herr Schneider
Jutta Westphal
as Frau Liebling
Gisela Bech
as Grande Dame
Birgit Müller
as Grande Dame
Ursula Kuhnt
as Grande Dame
Monika Krüger
as Grande Dame
Wolfram Nielacny
as Herr Becker
John Peet
as Young Man
Jürgen Schwämmle
as Lutz Police Militia
Frank Jacob
as Giant Convict
Lennart Meyer
as Lobby Boy
Alfred Hänel
as Lobby Boy
Manpreet Gerlach
as Lobby Boy
David Adamik
as Lobby Boy
Moritz Hepper
as Lobby Boy
David Cioffi
as Cook
Oliver Hazell
as Soldier
Bohumil Váchal
as Judge
Ed Munro
as 'Boy with Apple' (model)
Francesco Zippel
as Footman (1932)
Enrico Hoffmann
as Footman (1932)
Marie Goyette
as Housekeeper (1932)
Jeno Orosz
as Doorman (1932)
Gyula Lukács
as Doorman (1932)
Georg Rittmannsperger
as Front Desk (1932)
Dirk Bossmann
as Front Desk (1932)
Arwin Lobedann
as Front Desk (1932)
Matthias Holfert
as Chef (1932)
Reinhold Hegelow
as Head Waiter (1932)
Steffen Nixdorf
as Second Waiter (1932)
Manfred Lindner
as Front Desk (1968)
Uwe Holoubek
as Second Waiter (1968)


Directing Wes Anderson Director
Writing Wes Anderson Screenplay
Sound Alexandre Desplat Original Music Composer
Production Wes Anderson Producer
Production Jeremy Dawson Producer
Production Steven M. Rales Producer
Production Scott Rudin Producer
Writing Wes Anderson Story
Camera Robert D. Yeoman Director of Photography
Art Adam Stockhausen Production Design
Art Stephan O. Gessler Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Milena Canonero Costume Design
Art Anna Pinnock Set Decoration
Editing Barney Pilling Editor
Writing Hugo Guinness Story
Production Douglas Aibel Casting
Production Antoinette Boulat Casting
Production Simone Bär Casting
Production Jina Jay Casting
Production Alexandra Montag Casting
Crew Mark Coulier Animatronic and Prosthetic Effects
Costume & Make-Up Julie Dartnell Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Heike Merker Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Norma Webb Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Norma Webb Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Heike Merker Makeup Artist
Crew Duncan Jarman Animatronic and Prosthetic Effects
Costume & Make-Up Patricia Colin Costume Supervisor
Directing Alexandra Torterotot Script Supervisor
Production Jane Frazer Co-Producer
Production Molly Cooper Executive Producer
Production Christoph Fisser Executive Producer
Production Henning Molfenter Executive Producer
Production Charlie Woebcken Executive Producer
Production Octavia Peissel Associate Producer
Art Roman Berger Standby Painter
Directing Ben Howard Assistant Director
Writing Stefan Zweig Story
Production Miki Emmrich Unit Production Manager
Crew Gisela Evert Post Production Supervisor
Directing Josh Robertson Assistant Director
Crew Mark Edward Wright Visual Effects Editor
Sound Simon Rhodes Music
Crew Nils Konrad Driver
Camera Jan Brun Grip
Visual Effects Thorsten Rienth Digital Compositors
Crew Katharina Hingst Other
Sound Christopher Scarabosio Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Wayne Lemmer Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Pawel Wdowczak Sound Mixer

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  • "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is a movie about the masks we conjure to suit our aspirations, and the cost of keeping up appearances. "He certainly maintained the illusion with remarkable grace," one character remarks admiringly of another near the end of the movie.

  • Audience Reviews for The Grand Budapest Hotel. The result is a very funny slice of finely-tuned frivolity which finds Anderson almost back to his best. As with all of Anderson's work, The Grand Budapest Hotel looks absolutely beautiful. There is the same powdery quality to the colour scheme as in Moonrise Kingdom,...

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel review – Wes Anderson's new film is a 'deeply pleasurable immersion'. It's a cross between Nicolae Ceausescu 's presidential palace in Bucharest and the Overlook Hotel in Kubrick's The Shining. In fact, the huge and staggeringly realised interiors of the Grand Budapest really have given Kubrick's place a run for its money.

  • Summary: The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of M. Gustave, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.

  • It is one such dalliance with the lizard-like Madame D. (Tilda Swinton) that leads to the film’s key storyline and takes us back to the Grand Budapest Hotel’s opulent heyday, perched on a Zubrowkan mountainside like a huge, candy-coloured wedding cake. The rakish, indefatigable M. Gustave is in his element here,...

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel Reviews. Just plain fun, full of the filmmaker's signature flourishes and curlicues, worked out with skill and finesse. Wes Anderson makes great kid movies. He had me at 'Moonrise Kingdom' and 'Fantastic Mr. Fox.' Grown-up movie-wise, Wes's weird world makes this reviewer weary.

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel review – Wes Anderson's tightly wound confection. It's a rigid structure in which the players flourish, most notably Fiennes, who caught Anderson's eye in a stage production of the savage farce God of Carnage, and whose brittle manner here proves the director's perfect tool.

  • Director Wes Anderson is at his quirky best with The Grand Budapest Hotel, which features a very funny performance from Ralph Fiennes, says Tim Robey. The will of one eminent guest, an 84-year-old widow called Madame Céline Villeneuve Desgoffe und Taxis, becomes the contested centre of a farcical bust-up between Gustave and her money-grubbing family. Brief as it is, the role of this old lady is vastly enlivened by having a magnificently crusty and bizarre-looking Tilda Swinton play it.

  • 12 March 2014. The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest from Wes Anderson, and what great fun it is. My review of Monuments Men pointed out that putting the likes of George Clooney, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Jean Dujardin, Bill Murray and Hugh Bonneville in the same film was no guarantee of a good film.

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