THE WES ANDERSON COLLECTION CHAPTER 8: THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
All of Wes Anderson’s films are comedy. And none are. For the final installment of Matt Zoller Seitz’s miniseries on Wes Anderson, he turns his attention to Anderson’s eighth and most structurally ambitious film, The Grand Budapest Hotel to discuss the melancholic undertones lurking beneath Anderson’s artifice and artistry.
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