The wealthy widow, Madame D. (Tilda Swinton), mysteriously dies and leaves her younger lover a pricey painting. This starts just the beginning of Gustave H.’s many adventures at The Grand Budapest Hotel.
In Grand Budapest Hotel, J.G. Jopling (Willem Dafoe) is a cold-blooded assassin — I mean, private inquiry agent — who handles the dirty work for Dmitri Desgoffe-und-Taxis. To really fit the part, crop your hair short and crop your pants even shorter.
In the Darjeeling Limited, Francis Whitman (Owen Wilson) is the oldest of three brothers on a spiritual journey through India. The brothers quarrel over his controlling nature, which includes everything from holding their passports to ordering their meals for them. Things aren’t all dandy for Francis either, who gets one of his $3,000 dress shoes stolen by a shoeshine boy. Come on!
The crickets and the rust beetles scuttled among the nettles of the sage thicket. “Vamanos, amigos,” Eli Cash whispered and threw the busted-leather flint craw over the loose weave of the saddle cock. And they rode on in the friscalating dusk light.
As a child, Chas Tenenbaum was a business prodigy, making a fortune by breeding and marketing dalmatian mice. After losing his wife in a plane crash, he became obsessed with the safety of his sons Ari and Uzi, conducting fire safety drills in the middle of the night.
How big of a Wes Anderson fan are you? Guess these characters by their costumes, and hover to see the answers. Careful, they get harder as you go along!
Margot is the adopted child of the Tenenbaum family, which father Royal never forgets to point out during introductions. She has a checkered past that includes a secret marriage, wooden finger, and most shocking of all, a smoking habit.