Burning Secret is really a novella, yet an extraordinarily powerful one.
The Grand Budapest Hotel has elements that were sort of stolen from both these books. Two characters in our story are vaguely meant to represent Zweig himself — our “Author” character, played by Tom Wilkinson, and the theoretically fictionalised version of himself, played by Jude Law. But, in fact, M. Gustave, the main character who is played by Ralph Fiennes, is modelled significantly on Zweig as well.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a 2014 comedy film written and directed by Wes Anderson and inspired by the writings of Stefan Zweig. It stars Ralph Fiennes as a concierge who teams up with one of his employees to prove his innocence after he is framed for murder.
The Post Office Girl is a novel by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. Its original German title is Rausch der Verwandlung, which roughly means "The intoxication of transformation".
Beware of Pity is a 1939 novel by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. It was Zweig's longest fiction book. It was adapted into a 1946 film with the same title, directed by Maurice Elvey.