Set at a hotel in the 1920s, it stars Ralph Fiennes as Gustave H., famed concierge of The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Do you ever feel that you, like Gustave, are living in the wrong era?
This was the world of Gustave H. our narrator assumes, one of refinement, poise, and impeccable service.
First he was visited by Gustave Gilbert, a New Yorker born to Jewish-Austrian immigrants.
Gustave, show the good doctor how you go about it when papa lets you do the trick.
Gustave, she said, was in the stable, and Baptiste in the garden.
Gustave Colline had inherited money and made a good marriage.
Gustave and I stood facing each other; we had no need for introductions.
Gustave, bewildered by the jocular tone in which the widow addressed him, was unable for a moment to find words in which to reply.
But there is one thing of some interest about Gustave which has not yet been noticed.