Anderson’s Zweig

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Still obsessed with Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel? Check out this interview with Anderson concerning the influence of author Stefan Zweig on his newest film. Anderson and George Prochnik discuss the form and the themes of Zweig’s work, and the lasting resonance it has today, at the Telegraph.


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