|Some of the many principals of The Grand Budapest Hotel|
Madame D. leaves the hotel one day and soon dies. In the reading of the will, it is revealed that Madame D. has bequeathed Gustave the valuable painting Boy with Apple. Her son, Dmitri Desgoffe und Taxis (the black clad Adrien Brody equipped with a sinister moustache and three hideous sisters, also adorned in black) is appropriately outraged. Gustave steals the painting from the hotel and secures it in the hotel's safe. He is soon arrested and imprisoned in Zubrowka's prison. Zero helps Gustave escape by digging his way out of his cell with the help of four convicts (including a bald, ornery looking Harvey Keitel) then joins with Zero to secure his innocence.
|Boy with Apple|
|Revelori (Zero) and Fiennes (Gustave)|