The reviews are in for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," and as far as we're concerned, it's pretty great. In our review from the Berlin Film Festival, we noted that there are few films where you can encounter "such craft, such dedication to beauty, such attention to detail" as this one. And more evidence of Wes Anderson's control over every portion of a scene can be found in this latest clip from the film.
Below, you'll see newcomer Tony Revolori as Zero, the protegé at the titular hotel who is caught up in the shenanigans around the painting "Boy With Apple," who reveals his potential trouble with the law to his girlfriend Agatha, played by Saoirse Ronan, utilizing her lovely Irish lilt. From the delivery of the dialogue, the blocking, cutting and so much, it's all precisely timed and executed, and is a helluva lot of fun to watch too.
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" opens on March 7th.