Hotel Chevalier: free Wes Anderson film feat. Natalie Portman (with nasty bits)

Having experienced India's train system as a young man, I am eagerly anticipating Wes Anderson's new film The Darjeeling Limited. (I seem to remember a train called The Silver Zephyr on my Indian journey...)

Hotel Chevalier is a 12-minute "prequel" to The Darjeeling Limited, starring Natalie Portman and Jason Schwartzman. It takes place in Paris two-weeks before The Darjeeling Limited.

I loved the short, set so beautifully in a Paris hotel room. The star of the short is the 1969 hit song Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)? by Peter Sarstedt - it steals the show, which is hard to do, especially when Natalie Portman is on scene - and especially - wait for it - when Natalie Portman sheds her clothing on camera. Parents beware.

The film is available for free download from iTunes as of October 4, 2007. You'll have to have iTunes installed and a registered iTunes account in order to get the free download. Both iTunes and an account are free at

If your copy of iTunes is running, you can click here to go automatically to the Hotel Chevalier download page.

You can also start iTunes, go to the iTunes Store and search for Hotel Chevalier.


Update: Unless/until a grownup comes along and asks me to take the link down, there is an mp3 of Where Do you Go To (My Lovely)? here.

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