I just watched The Longest Week, and it was such beautiful trash. I cannot recommend it, unless want to make your eyes happy and your brain hurt.
The story is about wealthy attractive aimless Manhattan-its who do not understand the value of a dollar. Although the plot centers around Jason Bateman getting disinherited, the filmmaker is much more concerned with demonstrating that french culture is cool and he is a big fan of Wes Anderson.
This film is so comically out of touch, that it even romanticizes smoking cigarettes (something that no film has been able to get away with in a decade).
That being said, let me reiterate that every set and every shot is beautiful. Bateman lives in his family's fancy hotel. Right off the bat, I can see that we love the same things.
Prominent pictures of french royalty:
The running design element that stood out for me was the use of textured white walls through out the film.
In the Napoleon room the walls have engaged columns and extensive molding details.
Most of the other spaces have white painted brick walls or white painted paneling.