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The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson delighted many with his Berlin Film Festival opener, another fantastical, deadpan affair based on the work of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig who was hugely popular (some say suspiciously so) in America in the 1930s. In an alternate inter-war Europe, a concierge is hounded by rich widow's family when she leaves him an expensive painting in her will.
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