Secret Cinema return with their latest project and this time – gasp – the film isn’t a secret! That’s right, we already know that they’ll be screening an immersive, experiential version of Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ from February 27 until March 30 but that’s pretty much all the info we can get out of them at the moment. Of course, the location is still secret but we’re hoping that they’ll take over an amazing old hotel somewhere in the capital and completely Wes Anderson-ify it. Will this be the most twee cinematic experience of the year? Here’s hoping. We’ll bring you more info as we get it.
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Far from the 'must see' of Secret Cinema's Shawshank or Brazil, but a stay at the Grand Budapest remains worthwhile for fans of Anderson and dressing up. As usual, the time spent with the 'cast' is magical and all too short; the film is then shown in far from ideal conditions. If in doubt, skip this one.
Not seen yet, but they helpfully showed Anderson's Fantastic Mr Fox last night on TV...which is surprisingly ace.
An amazing film about the trials and tribulations of One Hotel, the guests and the outbreak of war and how one building can hold so many memories, for so many people. Funny, interesting and with an ending of intrigue.....