The Blue Hotel

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Released 1977

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Director:
Jan Kadar
Released:
1977
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The Blue Hotel is a 1977 dramatic film directed by Ján Kadár and based on a short story with the same name written by Stephen Crane, which revolves around the guests of a secluded hotel in the West who have trouble accepting a stranger and his views. The Swede (David Warner) is an immigrant man coming from Sweden who takes the stories he heard about the Wild West too seriously and acts in a paranoid fashion. He finds himself stuck in an isolated hotel with various individuals due to severe weather conditions that include heavy snow and strong winds. The guests decide to avoid boredom by playing poker, but the Swede makes their game increasingly difficult and less fun. He has obsessive thoughts about every one around him trying to cheat and even kill him, revealing his paranoid personality to the unpleasantly surprised guests. Ultimately, his fear and agitation might turn into tragedy if he does not put sufficient effort into controlling his behavior.moreless
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