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The Grand Budapest Hotel

 
 
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DIRECTED BY WES ANDERSON

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

OUT ON DIGITAL HD ON 30 JUNE AND BLU-RAY & DVD ON 7 JULY

STARRRING RALPH FIENNES, TONY REVOLORI, ADRIEN BRODY, WILLEM DAFOE, JEFF GOLDBLUM, SAOIRSE RONAN, EDWARD NORTON, JUDE LAW, TILDA SWINTON AND MORE.

Wes Anderson’s critically acclaimed The Grand Budapest Hotel arrives on Digital HD on 30 June and Blu-ray and DVD on 7 July from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

With a show stopping cast, The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of M Gustave (Ralph Fiennes: Skyfall, The Invisible Woman), a legendary and enigmatic concierge at the famous European hotel and Zero Moustafa (Tony Revolori: The Perfect Game), the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend during the wars. Told by an older Zero (F Murray Abraham: Amadeus, Scarface) in retrospect to a young writer (Jude Law: Sherlock Holmes, The Holiday) we learn the history of The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Following the mysterious death of Madame D (Tilda Swinton: Moonrise Kingdom, Only Lovers Left Alive), it emerges that she has bequeathed her favourite – and most priceless – piece of art, Boy With Apple, not to a family member, but instead to beloved Concierge M. Gustave. What then ensues is a both tense and hilairous cat and mouse chase across the beautiful, but fictional, Republic of Zubrowka – between Gustave and Zero and Madame D’s sinister, bereaved family. As has become a trademark of Wes Anderson films, every shot is full of intricate details and mesmerising to look at. Welcome to the Grand Budapest Hotel, darling.


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