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Subtitle :Indonesia, English
Quality :BluRay 720p
Language :English French German
Movie Size :750MB
Genre :Comedy, Drama
Director :Wes Anderson
Actors :Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, F. Murray Abraham, Harvey Keitel, Jeff Goldblum, Jude Law, Mathieu Amalric, Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Willem Dafoe
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Download The Grand Budapest Hotel Sub Indo – The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous hotel from the fictional Republic of Zubrowka between the first and second World Wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.
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EXT. CEMETERY. DAY
The present. A graveyard in the city-center of a greatEasternEuropean capital. Frostcovers the groundamongthestones and between rows of leafless trees. A
teenaged girl in a beret and trench-coat with a well-
read, dog-eared novelcalledTHEGRANDBUDAPESTHOTELtuckedunder her arm standsfacing a tarnished bust of aslender, balding, spectacled old man. A bronzeplaquebelow reads, in large letters:
The plaque. There is a block of smaller text at thebottomwhichstates simply:
In Memory of Our National Treasure
All around the base of the statue, there are littlemetalhooks with hundreds of hotel-room keys of everyage and variety from all over the worldhanging fromthem. The girl adds a new set to the tribute.
INT. STUDY. DAY
Twenty years ago. A clutteredoffice with Frenchwindowsandornate mouldings. There are books in shelves andstacks, first editions, dictionaries, dime-store paperbacks,
translations in numerous languages. There is atypewriter on the desk and an extensivecollectionofliteraryprizes on a bureau.
The author, seventy-five and identical to his sculptedimage, sits with his handsclasped and addresses thecamera:
It is an extremelycommon mistake: peoplethink the writer’s imagination is alwaysat work, that he is constantlyinventinganendlesssupply of incidents andepisodes, that he simply dreams-up hisstories out of thin air. In point offact, the opposite is true. Once thepublicknows you are a writer, they bringthecharacters and events to you -- and
as long as you maintain your abilitytolook and carefully listen, thesestorieswillcontinue to seek you out -
A six-year-old boy dressed in a grey militaryuniformwithshorttrousersappears next to the desk and pointsaminiatureLugerpistol at the author. The author warnshim, icy:
Don’t do it. Don’t!
The boy hesitates, then fires. A yellow, plasticpelletricochets off the author’s chest and ringsagainstawhiskeyglass as the authormakes a violentlungeforthe boy -- who evades him and dashes off. The authorlooks at a note-card and rambles a bit, searchingforhis place:
Over your lifetime. I can’t tell you howmany times. Somebodycomes up to me.
(back on track)
To him who has often told the tales of
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The boy returns, the gun now tuckedunder his belt, andsits, immediately comfortable, on the author’s lap withthe old man’s arms wrappedaround his shoulders. Theconflictseemsnever to have existed. They both lookinto the camera as the author concludes:
The incidents that follow were described
to me exactly as I present them here, andin a whollyunexpected way.
EXT. MOUNTAIN RANGE. DAY
The late sixties. A stunning view from a rusty, iron-
lattice terracesuspended over a deep crevasse, greenand lush, alongside a high cascade. The authorcontinuesin voice-over as the cameraglidesalong a crackedpaththrough a plot of untamededelweiss and buttercups:
A number of years ago, whilesufferingfrom a mild case of “Scribe’s Fever” (aform of neurastheniacommonamongtheintelligentsia of that time) I haddecided to spend the month of Augustinthe spa town of NebelsbadbelowtheAlpineSudetenwaltz -- and had takenuprooms in the GrandBudapest -
The cameracomes to a stop as it reveals a sprawlingnineteenth-century hotel and bathssituated on a wideplateau. There is a deep, formidablestaircase up to aregal entrance. There is a promenadeabove and a glass-
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panelled conservatory below. A ricketyfuniculargroansas it slowlyclimbs its hillside tracks. The grass needscutting, the roof needs patching, and more or less everysurface of the buildingneeds a coat of paint.