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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Elaborate style, sophisticated whimsy, bittersweet melancholy – as expected from Wes Anderson. The master of quirkiness presents a meticulously elegant elegy for the slowly disappearing remnants of early 20th century European glory.

Eagerness, urgency, taste. In my book of tongue-in-cheek nostalgia.

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