The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – Trailer


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Trailer zur Tragikomödie “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”, in der sich einige Pensionäre in einem indischen Hotel niederlassen (das klingt so danieder geschrieben jetzt sehr strange) und die auch Dank “Shakespeare in Love”-Regisseur John Madden wohl als Oscarmaterial gelten dürfte. Dicke Besetzung: Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson und Dev Patel (gibt hier offenbar eine “Slumdog”-Reprise). Der Film basiert auf Deborah Moggachs Buch “These Foolish Things”. Titel allein turnt mich schon ab, Trailer auch.

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  1. kumi

    »Titel allein turnt mich schon ab, Trailer auch.« Runtergescrollt und: Aha, ein Kommentar von Jet. Okay :-)

    Dann wird das sicher ein netter Film, den man mit seiner Frau gemütlich und ohne Reue im Kino sehen kann. Kann nur besser sein als der unglaublich schwache Woody-Allen-Zeitreise-Pilcher neulich. Der Cast ist schonmal prima :-)

    Und ich mag »Shakespeare in Love« :-)

  2. MTA

    Das wirkt doch überaus charmant und vor allem exquisit besetzt. Mit der Achse des Guten aus Dench-Wilkinson-Smith-Nighy steht einem vergnüglichen Filmabend sicher nichts im Wege.

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