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剧本对白阅读-布达佩斯大饭店The Grand Budapest Hotel

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  In the present day, a teenage girl approaches a statue in a courtyard. In her arms is a memoir by “The Author.” She begins reading about a trip he made to the Grand Budapest Hotel in the late 1960s. He discovered that the nearly deserted hotel, located in the Republic of Zubrowka, a nation ravaged by war and poverty, had fallen on hard times and become dilapidated.
  The Author meets Mr Moustafa, the hotel’s owner, who tells him over dinner the tale of how he took ownership of the Grand Budapest and why he is unwilling to close it down. 更多介绍…

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1、It is an extremely common mistake,
2、people think the writer’s imagination is always at work,
3、that he’s constantly inventing an endless supply
4、of incidents and episodes,
5、that he simply dreams up his stories out of thin air.
6、In point of fact, the opposite is true.
7、Once the public knows you’re a writer,
8、they bring the characters and events to you
9、and as long as you maintain your ability to look
10、and to carefully listen,
11、these stories will continue to…
12、Stop it. Stop it! Don’t! Don’t do it!
13、Will continue to seek you out
14、over your lifetime.
15、To him who has often told the tales of others,
16、many tales will be told.
17、- Sorry. – It’s all right.
18、The incidents that follow were described to me
19、exactly as I present them here
20、and in a wholly unexpected way.
21、A number of years ago,
22、while suffering from a mild case of “Scribe’s Fever,”
23、a form of neurasthenia common among the intelligentsia of that time,
24、I decided to spend the month of August
25、in the spa town of Nebelsbad below the Alpine Sudetenwaltz,
26、and had taken up rooms in the Grand Budapest,
27、a picturesque, elaborate, and once widely celebrated establishment.
28、I expect some of you will know it.
29、It was off season and, by that time, decidedly out of fashion,
30、and it had already begun its descent into shabbiness
31、and eventual demolition.
32、What few guests we were
33、had quickly come to recognize one another by sight
34、as the only living souls residing in the vast establishment,
35、although I do not believe any acquaintance among our number had proceeded
36、beyond the polite nods we exchanged as we passed
37、in the Palm Court,
38、in the Arabian baths,
39、and onboard the Colonnade Funicular.
40、We were a very reserved group, it seemed,
41、and, without exception,
42、solitary.
43、Perhaps as a result of this general silence,
44、I had established a casual and bantering familiarity
45、with the hotel’s concierge, a West-continental
46、known only as Monsieur Jean,
47、who struck one as being, at once, both lazy and, really, quite accommodating.
48、I expect he was not well paid.
49、In any case, one evening,
50、as I stood conferring elbow-to-elbow with Monsieur Jean,
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