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The Grand Budapest Hotel


26 Feb 2014

1 hr 39 min

Comedy, Drama

A perfect holiday without leaving home.
The Grand Budapest Hotel tells of a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars and his friendship with a young employee who becomes his trusted protégé. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting, the battle for an enormous family fortune and the slow and then sudden upheavals that transformed Europe during the first half of the 20th century.


Status: Released
Countries: United Kingdom, USA, Germany
Languages: English, French
Awards: Won 4 Oscars. Another 127 wins & 217 nominations.
Budget: $30M


Wes Anderson (Producer)
Henning Molfenter (Executive Producer)
Scott Rudin (Producer)
Jeremy Dawson (Producer)
Steven M. Rales (Producer)
Molly Cooper (Executive Producer)
Charlie Woebcken (Executive Producer)
Christoph Fisser (Executive Producer)
Jane Frazer (Co-Producer)
Octavia Peissel (Associate Producer)


(Screenplay · Story)


Ralph Fiennes (as Monsieur Gustave H.)
Tony Revolori (as Young Zero Moustafa)
F. Murray Abraham (as Old Zero Moustafa)
Mathieu Amalric (as Serge X.)
Adrien Brody (as Dmitri Desgoffe-und-Taxis)
Willem Dafoe (as J.G. Jopling)
Jeff Goldblum (as Deputy Vilmos Kovacs)
Harvey Keitel (as Ludwig)
Jude Law (as Young Writer)
Bill Murray (as Monsieur Ivan)
Edward Norton (as Inspector Albert Henckels)
Saoirse Ronan (as Agatha)
Jason Schwartzman (as Monsieur Jean)
Léa Seydoux (as Clotilde)
Tilda Swinton (as Madame Céline Villeneuve Desgoffe-und-Taxis)
Tom Wilkinson (as Old Author)
Owen Wilson (as Monsieur Chuck)
Florian Lukas (as Pinky)
Bob Balaban (as Monsieur Martin)
Fisher Stevens (as Monsieur Robin)
Wallace Wolodarsky (as Monsieur Georges)
Waris Ahluwalia (as Monsieur Dino)
Larry Pine (as Mr. Mosher)
Karl Markovics (as Wolf)
Volker Michalowski (as Günther)
Daniel Steiner (as Anatole)
Hendrik von Bültzingslöwen (as Ernst)
Lisa Kreuzer (as Grande Dame)
Rainer Reiners (as Herr Mendl)
Sabine Urig (as Laetizia)
Matthias Matschke (as Prison Guard)
Philipp Sonntag (as Monk)
Hans Martin Stier (as Monk)
Giselda Volodi (as Serge's Sister)
Neal Huff (as Lieutenant)
Steffen Scheumann (as Head Waiter (1968))
Milton Welsh (as Franz)
Piet Paes (as Taxi Driver)
Michaela Caspar (as Marguerite)
Heike Hanold-Lynch (as Carolina)
Roy Macready (as Old Man)
Carl Sprague (as Distant Relation)
Golo Euler (as Lutz Police Militia)
Roman Berger (as Parcel Inspector)
Michael Benthin (as Snitch)
Lucas Hedges (as Pump Attendant)
Wolfgang Ceczor (as Monk)
Georg Tryphon (as Monk)
Gabriel Rush (as Otto)
Hannes Wegener (as Soldier)
Gerald Sullivan (as Soldier)
Ben Howard (as Soldier)
Marko Dyrlich (as Zig-Zag)
Jella Niemann (as Student)
Marcel Mazur (as Author's Grandson)
Robert Bienas (as Alpine Hiker)
Oliver Claridge (as Composer)
Bernhard Kremser (as Businessman)
Kunichi Nomura (as Actor)
Sister Anna Rademacher (as Nun)
Heinz-Werner Jeschkowski (as Bather)
Sabine Euler (as Schoolteacher)
Renate Klein (as Widow)
Paul Schlase (as Igor)
Darin Damjanow (as Chauffeur)
Dar Ronge (as Crippled Shoeshine Boy)
Robin Hurlstone (as Herr Schneider)
Jutta Westphal (as Frau Liebling)
Gisela Bech (as Grande Dame)
Birgit Müller (as Grande Dame)
Ursula Kuhnt (as Grande Dame)
Monika Krüger (as Grande Dame)
Wolfram Nielacny (as Herr Becker)
John Peet (as Young Man)
Jürgen Schwämmle (as Lutz Police Militia)
Frank Jacob (as Giant Convict)
Lennart Meyer (as Lobby Boy)
Alfred Hänel (as Lobby Boy)
Manpreet Gerlach (as Lobby Boy)
David Adamik (as Lobby Boy)
Moritz Hepper (as Lobby Boy)
David Cioffi (as Cook)
Oliver Hazell (as Soldier)
Bohumil Váchal (as Judge)
Ed Munro (as 'Boy with Apple' (model))
Francesco Zippel (as Footman (1932))
Enrico Hoffmann (as Footman (1932))
Marie Goyette (as Housekeeper (1932))
Jeno Orosz (as Doorman (1932))
Gyula Lukács (as Doorman (1932))
Georg Rittmannsperger (as Front Desk (1932))
Dirk Bossmann (as Front Desk (1932))
Arwin Lobedann (as Front Desk (1932))
Matthias Holfert (as Chef (1932))
Reinhold Hegelow (as Head Waiter (1932))
Steffen Nixdorf (as Second Waiter (1932))
Manfred Lindner (as Front Desk (1968))
Uwe Holoubek (as Second Waiter (1968))



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