'The Grand Cairo Hotel' By Wes Anderson

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The Grand Budapest Hotel This movie is a narrative, but more specifically it’s genres are drama/comedy. It follows the typical conventions of drama with its dysfunctional families and arguments that uniquely escalate to darker crime and murder scenes, which envelop themselves within the entirety of the plot. Wes Anderson was also able to unconventionally tell his narrative of ‘a story within a story within a story within a story’ rather than the typical singular inner story of many films. This is shown nearly right away as “The Author” narrates his story of how Monsieur Jean meets the owner of the hotel, Zero. Jean then describes his meeting with Zero, who then tells the whole story of how he came to be owner of The Budapest through his long
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