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The Grand Budapest Hotel [2014] [West] [USA] [Bluray 720p] [ShAaNiG] [800MB] [Top IMDB 190] [Google Drive]

The Grand Budapest Hotel [2014] [West] [USA] [Bluray 720p] [ShAaNiG] [800MB] [Top IMDB 190] [Google Drive]

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"The Grand Budapest Hotel is a 2014 comedy film written and directed by Wes Anderson, from a story by Anderson and Hugo Guinness, inspired by the writings of Stefan Zweig. It stars Ralph Fiennes as a concierge who teams up with one of his employees (Tony Revolori) to prove his innocence after he is framed for murder. The narrative takes the form of a story within a story within a story within a story.

The film is an American-German-British co-production that was financed by German financial companies and film-funding organizations. It was filmed in Germany. The Grand Budapest Hotel was released to widespread acclaim from film critics, and many included it in their year-end top 10 lists. The film led the BAFTA nominations, with 11 nominations, more than any other film, including Best Film and Best Director for Anderson, and Best Actor for Fiennes. The film won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and garnered three more Golden Globe Award nominations, including Best Director for Anderson. It also garnered nine Academy Award nominations, the joint most (with Birdman) for the ceremony, including Best Picture and Best Director. It won the Academy Awards for Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design and Best Original Score."


Sinopsis / Summary / Plot / Resensi / Ringkasan Cerita / Reviu:

"Prologue

In the present, a teenage girl approaches a monument to a character known only as ""The Author"" in a cemetery, holding a memoir penned by the Author himself, and starts reading the book. The Author begins narrating the tale from his desk in 1985 about a trip he made to the Grand Budapest Hotel in 1968.

Located in the town of Nebelsbad in the Republic of Zubrowka, a fictional Central European state ravaged by war and poverty, the Young Author discovers that the remote mountainside hotel has fallen on hard times. Many of its lustrous facilities are now in a poor state of repair, and its guests are few. The Author encounters the hotel's concierge, Monsieur Jean, and elderly owner, Zero Moustafa, one afternoon, and they agree to meet later that evening. Over dinner in the hotel's enormous dining room, Mr. Moustafa tells him the tale of how he took ownership of the hotel and why he is unwilling to close it down.

Part 1 – M. Gustave

The story begins in 1932 during the hotel's glory days when the young Zero was a lobby boy, freshly arrived in Zubrowka after his hometown was razed and his family executed. Zero befriends and eventually proposes to Agatha, who is a professional pastry chef and proves very resourceful. Zubrowka being on the verge of war is of little concern to Monsieur Gustave H., the Grand Budapest's devoted concierge. The owner of the hotel is unknown and only relays important messages through the lawyer Deputy Kovacs. When he is not attending to the needs of the hotel's wealthy clientele or managing its staff, Gustave courts a series of aging women who flock to the hotel to enjoy his ""exceptional service."" One of the ladies is Madame CĂ©line Villeneuve Desgoffe und Taxis (""Madame D""), with whom Gustave spends the night prior to her departure.

Part 2 – Madame C.V.D.u.T.

One month later, Gustave is informed that Madame D has died. Taking Zero along, he races to her wake and the reading of the will, where Kovacs, coincidentally the executor of the will, reveals that in her will she has bequeathed to Gustave a very valuable painting, Boy with Apple. This enrages her family, all of whom hoped to inherit it. Her son, Dmitri Desgoffe und Taxis, lashes out at Gustave. With the help of Zero, Gustave steals the painting and returns to the Grand Budapest, securing the painting in the hotel's safe. During the journey, Gustave makes a pact with Zero: in return for the latter's help, he makes Zero his heir. Shortly thereafter, Gustave is arrested and imprisoned for the murder (by strychnine) of Madame D after forced testimony by Serge X, Madame D's butler, about seeing Gustave in her house on a particular night. Part 3 – Check-point 19 Criminal Internment Camp

Upon arriving in prison, Gustave finds himself stuck in a cell with hardened criminals, but earns their respect after he ""beat the living shit"" out of one of them for ""questioning [his] virility"". Gustave tells Zero he has an alibi for the night Madame D was killed but could never cite his aristocratic lady bedmistress in court. Zero aids Gustave in escaping from Zubrowka's prison by sending a series of stoneworking tools concealed inside cakes made by Agatha. Gustave and a group of convicts, led by Ludwig, dig their way out of his cell with the help of the tools. The group narrowly escape capture after one of them sacrifices himself to kill a large posse of guards, and Ludwig and his crew escape by car after wishing Gustave and Zero well. Gustave then teams up with Zero to prove his innocence.

Part 4 – The Society of the Crossed Keys

Gustave and Zero are pursued by J.G. Jopling, a cold-blooded assassin working for Dmitri, who earlier chopped off Kovacs' fingers on his right hand and killed him when he refused to work with Dmitri, as well as chopping Serge's sister's (with a club foot) head off and placing it in a basket. Gustave calls upon Monsieur Ivan, a concierge and fellow member of the Society of the Crossed Keys, a fraternal order of concierges who attempt to assist other members. Through the help of Ivan, Gustave and Zero travel to a mountaintop monastery where they meet with Serge, the only person who can clear Gustave of the murder accusations, but Serge is strangled by a pursuing Jopling before he can reveal a piece of important information regarding the second copy of a second will from Madame D. Zero and Gustave steal a sled and chase Jopling as he flees the monastery on skis. During a face-off at the edge of a cliff, Zero pushes Jopling to his death and rescues Gustave, and they also escape the police again. Meanwhile, Dmitri is enraged to discover that Gustave has already stolen the painting (Boy With Apple) from his home and replaced it with a random painting of a pornographic nature in the style of Egon Schiele.

Part 5 – The Second Copy of the Second Will

Back at the hotel, the war breaks out, and the military have commandeered the hotel and are in the process of converting it into barracks. A heartbroken Gustave vows to never again pass the threshold. Agatha joins the two and agrees to find a way to go inside – by delivering pastries – and retrieve the painting. Unluckily Dmitri comes at the same moment and discovers her, having learned about her involvement in Gustave's escape. A chase and a chaotic gunfight ensue before Zero and Agatha flee with the painting (which had been hidden, still wrapped up, in the hotel safe). Gustave's innocence is finally proven by the discovery of the copy of Madame D's second will, which was duplicated and hidden in the back of the painting by Serge before it was destroyed. This will was to take effect only if she was murdered, and also reveals that she was the owner of the Grand Budapest. The identity of Madame D's murderer is left ambiguous (though earlier in the film a suspicious bottle labeled ""strychnine"" can be seen on Jopling's desk, likely having committed the murder under Dmitri's orders). She leaves much of her fortune, the hotel, and the painting to Gustave, effectively making him the wealthiest man in Zubrowka in the process, and he becomes one of the hotel's regular guests with Zero as the new concierge. Zero and Agatha marry, with Gustave acting as the minister and the other concierges present, while Dmitri disappears, with his cover blown.

Epilogue

After the war, the country is annexed. During a train journey across the border, soldiers inspect Gustave's and Zero's papers. Zero describes Gustave being taken out and shot after defending Zero (whom the soldiers had attempted to arrest for his immigrant status), as he did on the initial train ride in Part 2, with the soldiers having destroyed their subsequent ""freedom pass"" presented by Inspector Henckels. Agatha succumbs to ""the Prussian Grippe"" (which has become an easily curable disease by 1968) and dies two years later, as does her infant son. Zero inherits the fortune Gustave leaves behind and vows to continue his legacy at the Grand Budapest, but a subsequent revolution in Zubrowka and the ravages of time slowly begin to take their toll on both the building and its owner as Zero trades his entire inheritance to keep the dying hotel in business.

Back in 1968, in a touch of irony, the painting Zero and Gustave fought so desperately to take now sits on the wall behind the concierge counter, forgotten and crooked. Monsieur Jean has now abandoned his post. Before departing to his room, Mr. Moustafa gives the Author a key to the ""M. Gustave Suite"" and readjusts the crooked painting. Mr. Moustafa confesses to the Author that the real reason that he cannot bring himself to close the hotel has nothing to do with his loyalty to Gustave, or as a connection to ""his world,"" but because it is his last remaining link to his beloved Agatha and the best years of his life. He theorizes that Gustave's world was gone long before he was ever in it, but he maintained the illusion ""with a marvelous grace."" The young Author, having a case of ""Scribbe's Fever"" later departs for South America for years to find a cure, and by the time he returns to Europe, the hotel has been demolished, and Mr. Moustafa's fate since then is unknown.

In 1985, the Author completes his memoirs beside his grandson.

Back in the present, the girl keeps reading in front of the statue of the Author."



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The Grand Budapest Hotel [2014 USA]

Durasi: 99 Minutes Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama Rating IMDB: 8,1 dari 10
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2278388/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Director: Wes Anderson
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Casts: Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Mathieu Amalric
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