The Film Analysis Of The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Analysis of Grand Budapest Hotel What does it mean to give yourself completely to your vocation or life? We find in a fictional story from Wes Anderson, his eighth feature presentation, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” What it means to be completely giving of oneself. Even though Wes’s movie is fictional, we find many deep and underlying themes, tones, and values. these are values are applications that anyone male or female that one can implicate in ones life to any situation. The main values we can find in the movie are simple, but can improve life ten-fold. Three easy steps to improving ones life are as stated: gratitude, positivity, and you must contribute yourself 100% of the time no matter how hard the road in front of you is going to…show more content…
In this town lies the greatest hotel of all time during this era. It is an institution of all hotels, a great example of what a hotel and its staff should be like. In the movie, we see one main character, M Gustave the Manager of the Grand Budapest Hotel. In the movie, these two main characters find themselves going through many rough challenges. M Gustave is a great man. He makes sure that all of his guest are happy, and he makes sure to take care of all of their needs even if it requires pleasuring sex. In Mr. Gustave’s eager to please attitude, expecting nothing in return. He finds himself gifted a famous painting called “The boy With Apple.” From this unexpected gift he finds himself running away from bad people so that he is not…show more content…
Many believe that if you are not positive life can be very dreadful. Gustave gets sent to jail on false charges and whilst in jail Zero visits him and sees that that he has two black eyes. Zero asks: “What happened?” M. Gustave: “What happened, my dear Zero, is I beat the living shit out of a sniveling little runt called Pinky Bandinski, who had the gall to question my virility. Because, if there 's one thing we 've learned from penny dreadfuls, it 's that when you find yourself in a place like this, you must never be a candy ass; you 've got to prove yourself from day one. You 've got to win their respect. You should take a long look at HIS ugly mug this morning.” [Takes a sip of water and laughs] M. Gustave: “He 's actually become a dear friend.” In Gustave’s position he admits that being in jail is not fun, but you must be the best that you can be at all

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