The Nose Travels to the Grand Budapest Hotel
A hilariously fussy hotel manager with a taste for the high life is wrenched from his gay surroundings by the specter of war and a false murder charge. That doesn't sound terribly funny, but it's the premise for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," the latest Wes Anderson movie. Our Nose panelists all went to see it, and it will be one of our topics on this show.
We'll also talk about the controversy raging around Stephen Colbert, a satirist whose mockery of the mockery of right-wing pundints has dropped him into a pit.
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- Gorman Bechard is a film director, screenwriter, and novelist.
- Carolyn Paine is an actor, dancer, and Director of CONNetic Dance.
- James Hanley is the co-founder of Cinestudio at Trinity College.