Ralph Fiennes discusses the detailed animated storyboards created by Wes Anderson for his vibrant new comedy 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' in an interview on the red carpet at the movie's premiere. Ralph plays the eccentric main character M. Gustave in the film.
'He's probably the most prepared director', he says of Wes. 'He has these storyboards, very beautifully drawn, detailed and slightly animated. So, in a way, he's kind of made the film, as it were, on the drawing board.' He also compares him to a music conductor who 'knows precisely, musically, the nuances he wants'.
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