Ashton Cook’s review published on Letterboxd:
Still so charming and delightful to watch however a lot sadder than I ever gave it credit for. It’s the tragedy of Zero’s life after M. Gustave. It’s pretty heartbreaking thinking about it a old man of whom close connections and family like figures died leaving him alone for his life. That in itself made me cry thinking about it even more when it was Gustave’s last scene.