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Wes Anderson has always made the setting of one of his films a character in itself, whether it’s a boarding school, family brownstone, boat, train, fox den, or pup tent, and the Grand Budapest is perhaps his most vibrant locale yet. ”I’ve always enjoyed hotel movies,” says the director. ”It’s a big place where lots of different things are happening all at once, a giant system of humanity.”
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