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June 12, 2015
In The Grand Budapest Hotel, there's a little moment where Zero is narrating his story, and he reluctantly comes to Agatha. We watch her get onto her bicycle and start riding, and he says something like "we won't talk about her," and the camera lingers on her face for what feels like a long time before moving on to the next scene.

This is a nice moment in a film full of nice moments, and what makes it more interesting is that you could never recreate the impact it has in writing, at least not in as brief as space.