Why “Grand Budapest Hotel” Is So Timely

Yuliya Komska (whose father created an enormous stained-glass window, pictured, for the Grand Hotel Lviv, Ukraine) gives the rundown on why Wes Anderson’s film is so timely – and suggests that the movie could be an antidote to the “Ukraine fatigue” sure to set in soon in the West. Most Americans don’t even know where Ukraine is.

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