Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

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Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (15) ZERO MOUSTAFA (Tony Revolori) secures a coveted position as lobby boy at the Grand Budapest Hotel in the Republic of Zubrowka.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (15) ZERO MOUSTAFA (Tony Revolori) secures a coveted position as lobby boy at the Grand Budapest Hotel in the Republic of Zubrowka.

He works under legendary concierge Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes), who the lobby boy fondly remembers as "the most liberally perfumed man I've ever met".

He works under legendary concierge Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes), who the lobby boy fondly remembers as "the most liberally perfumed man I've ever met".

Clients, especially older women, are putty in Gustave's wellmanicured hands, including ageing matriarch Madame D (Tilda Swinton). When she perishes in suspicious circumstances and leaves a priceless Renaissance painting to Gustave in her will, grief-stricken relatives including Madame's greedy son Dmitri (Adrien Brody) plot the concierge's downfall.

hands, including ageing matriarch Madame D (Tilda Swinton). When she perishes in suspicious circumstances and leaves a priceless Renaissance painting to Gustave in her will, grief-stricken relatives including Madame's greedy son Dmitri (Adrien Brody) plot the concierge's downfall.

The finger of suspicion for Madame D's demise consequently points at Gustave and he goes on the run with wily police chief Henckels (Edward Norton) and Dmitri's sadistic henchman (Willem Dafoe) in hot pursuit.

The finger of suspicion for Madame D's demise consequently points at Gustave and he goes on the run with wily police chief Henckels (Edward Norton) and Dmitri's sadistic henchman (Willem Dafoe) in hot pursuit.

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The Book Thief (12) AS TENSIONS escalate across Germany prior to the Second World War, little Liesel Meminger (Sophie Nelisse) bids a tearful farewell to her Communist mother (Heike Makatsch) and is delivered into the care of foster parents, Hans and Rosa Hubermann (Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson). …

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