Feb 6, 2014

Q.1225

"The Grand Budapest Hotel" is a film directed by Wes Anderson, which will open the 2014 edition of the Berlin International Festival. The film follows the story of a concierge (played by Ralph Fiennes) at the titular hotel through the first half of the 20th century.

The question: why did the director, known for his recognisable and quirky style of film-making, choose to shoot the film in three different aspect ratios?

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