As the family enters the lobby, Dmitri spies Agatha. Zero then goes behind the counter, and retrieves the keys to both of their rooms. Gustave and Zero attempt to rendezvous with Serge at an observatory near the summit of Gabelmeister's peak, only for several monks, to direct the two to a monastery high in the hills. While in prison he becomes friends with inmates and plans an escape. The two give chase down the hills, Jopling on skis, and Gustave and Zero on a sled. However, as he attempts to leave out a rear door, Jopling stops him, slamming the door, severing 4 of the man's fingers, before murdering him. In a newspaper article, it is also mentioned that her son Dmitri has disappeared without a trace and who was suspected of the woman's murder now.
He tells the young writer about how he came to acquire the hotel and of the original concierge of the Grand Budapest, M. Gustave is pretty sure that Madame's family forced Serge to bear false witness, and though Gustave has an alibi as to where he was at the time, he fears bringing the woman to whose company he was in the Duchess of Westphalia into the events, as it will ruin her reputation. Once they arrive on the 6th floor, Dmitri attempts to chase. Surprising to both Gustave and Zero, is Mr Kovacs, who is the executor of her estate, and who has analyzed her will, and its numerous amendments. Gustave is shot when he stands up to soldiers. Although it was literally his most handcrafted film to date, enabling him to control practically every aspect from performance to landscape to weather, it was actually one of his most soulful.
When one of Gustave's lovers dies mysteriously, Gustave finds himself the recipient of a priceless painting and the chief suspect in her murder. Once out of jail, Zero and Gustave begin their search for Serge, who initially spoke against Gustave but whom they suspect was threatened into doing so by Jopling and Dmitri. Zero invites the author to have dinner with him and he tells his story and how he became the owner of the hotel. The Grand Budapest Hotel film. In regards to Madame D's will, Kovacs is of the mind that something is missing from the paperwork, and that along with the disappearance of Serge, the executor asks Dmitri and his sisters to bring the local authorities to look into the matter. Serge X Mathieu Amalric , wishes to speak to him.
With Mr Kovacs now deceased, Dmitri attempts to go over the remnants of his mother's will. However, Serge is frantic and panicky, and quickly rushes off, with Gustave and Zero in pursuit. Gustave and Zero soon find that Serge has been strangled to death, and see Jopling leaving out a side door! Though Gustave threatens the soldier with punishment, the man knocks out Zero with the barrel of his gun, causing the former concierge of the Grand Budapest Hotel, to leap to his feet and assault the man. In the end, it is M. Gustave defends Zero and gets into a fight with the soldiers.
Gustave's hospitality towards the men pays off, and they want to help him break out of the prison. Gustave is pretty sure that Madame's family forced Serge to bear false witness, and though Gustave has an alibi as to where he was at the time, he fears bringing the woman to whose company he was in the Duchess of Westphalia into the events, as it will ruin her reputation. After the story and their meal, the two men head to the front desk, though the concierge is nowhere to be found. Old Zero then tells that the soldiers had him killed, and with his death, everything that he owned, was willed to him Zero. Gustave sincerely apologizes to Zero, before the escape sirens blare, and the two make a run for it. In a confessional in the rear of the monastery, Serge informs Gustave and Zero of the death of his sister, as well as his witness to the creation of a second will Madame D had made in the event she was murdered. Later, Kovacs collects the cat's body and boards a trolley, but soon finds Jopling following him.
Gustav has inherited the prized painting of one of his wealthy elderly lovers, Madame D. Besides, how can anyone resist a cast this brilliant, including , , , , and? On the outside, the executor of Madame D. The film, in fact, is told through two flashbacks, the first of which begins with a writer played by Jude Law in his younger years and Tom Wilkinson in his later. However, Serge is frantic and panicky, and quickly rushes off, with Gustave and Zero in pursuit. Obsessive design which forbids any sense of spontaneity? The concierges have been able to obtain train tickets for the two, as well as Gustave's favorite cologne though in a much smaller bottle, Ivan regrets to say. It is one such dalliance with the lizard-like Madame D.
Jopling claims he was aware Mr Kovacs had gone missing, but claims he knew nothing of the man's death, before being escorted from the prison. The cast is the usual top-to-bottom array of incredible talent, including, aside from the aforementioned, Matthew Amalric, , , , , , , and Anderson stalwarts , , and. Gustave attempts to use the pass Henckel gave them on their last trip, but the man tears it up, showing that it has no value in their current wartime climate, as the country on the pass Zubrowkia has now ceased to exist. Also near her, was a telegram envelope, with its contents missing. One day, Zero finds that one of these women, Madame D. He ventures up to The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was once well-renowned. Gustave and Zero then take Jopling's motorcycle, amid gunfire from Henckel's troops.
However, the amount of tools to break out of the prison are limited, but upon looking at the Mendl's box, Gustave hatches a cunning plan. Georges Wallace Wolodarsky , and M. Murray Abraham, Jude Law and Saoirse Ronan, among several others. With Gustave, Dmitri, Zero, Agatha, and a number of the hotel staff and armed forces around them, Henckels opens the second will, and reads from its contents. Okay, and how many of them would you like to watch again? The next day, Serge's sister is found beheaded, the missing body part in a laundry basket most likely the handiwork of Mr Jopling. In the absence of Gustave and Zero, concierge duties have now fallen to a man named M. On the train ride back, Gustave claims he will cherish the gift from Madame D, but quickly realizes that Dmitri may come looking for the painting.