This supplemental one-volume companion to 'The Wes Anderson Collection' takes readers behind the scenes of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel', with in-depth interviews between Anderson and cultural critic Matt Zoller Seitz. Anderson shares the story behind the film's conception, the wide variety of sources that inspired it - from author Stefan Zweig to filmmaker Ernst Lubitsch - personal anecdotes about the making of the film, and other reflections on his filmmaking process
Available at University Library.
New York Times Book Review||A rare follow-up that equals its predecessor, and a welcome post-script from the critic whos become the definitive voice on all things Anderson.
Flavorwire||Like Andersons work itself, this books visuals will have you coming back to it again and again.
Boston Globe||More than a companion piece to the previous bookit's a veritable companion, to be taken along on exotic trips, and to be talked to when nobody is looking.