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[651] The World of Yesterday - Stefan Zweig

” And, oddly, one lived the war in one’s mind more intensively than at home in a country at war, because here the problem became objective, and so to speak, wholly detached from any national interest in victory or defeat. 546 more words


The Grand Budapest Hotel

I went, I saw and become mesmerised….

A true imaginative sensation induced with quirky, funny, witty humour
of M. Gustave, impersonated by effortless comic brilliance of Ralph Fiennes. 22 more words


The Making-Twee of Violence and Nostalgia

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson
Indian Paintbrush / Fox Searchlight

When the credits roll on The Grand Budapest Hotel, Stefan Zweig is named as the writer whose works inspired the 100 previous minutes of drama and absurdist hijinks. 927 more words


We Saw: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Director: Wes Anderson

Writers: Wes Anderson, Hugo Guinness & Stefan Zweig (inspired by the works of)

Genre: Comedy/Drama

Plot: The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. 542 more words

We Saw


My sequential gasps of delight at The Grand Budapest Hotel were not shared by my companion, whose gaze often wandered to the nearest EXIT light. “But didn’t you… 1,128 more words


The Budapest Hotel: A Grand Escape

“But it doesn’t mean anything.”
“So we put in words. One word for every note, like this…”

– ‘Do-Re-Mi’ from The Sound of Music

Does music need words to make it meaningful? 1,133 more words


Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Wes Anderson’s new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is his funniest and most dramatic piece to date. Providing a performance by Ralph Fiennes who performs his lines on such a perfect note, he makes the audience feel welcome. 550 more words

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