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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.

ABSTRACT
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.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
F. Murray Abraham
Actor
24-Oct-1939   Mozart's antagonist in Amadeus
Mathieu Amalric
Actor
25-Oct-1965   Late August, Early September
Bob Balaban
Film Director
16-Aug-1945   Parents
Adrien Brody
Actor
14-Apr-1973   The Pianist
Willem Dafoe
Actor
22-Jul-1955   Last Temptation of Christ
Ralph Fiennes
Actor
22-Dec-1962   The English Patient
Jeff Goldblum
Actor
22-Oct-1952   The Fly
Harvey Keitel
Actor
13-May-1939   Pimp from Taxi Driver
Jude Law
Actor
29-Dec-1972   Gattaca
Bill Murray
Actor
21-Sep-1950   Meatballs, SNL alumnus
Edward Norton
Actor
18-Aug-1969   Fight Club
Saoirse Ronan
Actor
12-Apr-1994   Atonement
Jason Schwartzman
Actor
26-Jun-1980   Rushmore
Léa Seydoux
Actor
1-Jul-1985   La Belle Personne
Fisher Stevens
Actor
27-Nov-1963   Chuck Fishman on Early Edition
Tilda Swinton
Actor
5-Nov-1960   The Deep End
Tom Wilkinson
Actor
12-Dec-1948   Shakespeare in Love
Owen Wilson
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Zoolander

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