These are the only screenshots I could find from it:
I am sort of obsessed with eccentric families/strangely brilliant children and movies about them. Wes Anderson is a master at this. Rushmore, Moonrise, Royal Tenenbaums. Noah with the Squid and the Whale is another of my favorites. They are very difficult to find but this is definitely one of them. It was first published in Longman's Magazine in 1891and you can find it here. But really, go and buy a copy. It's worth it.
I don't want to give away any secrets, but it's essentially about a young Oxford graduate named Pemberton who is hired by an American family living at a London hotel. The Moreen family comes off as an aristocratic, cosmopolitan family, a society family, moving frequently from London to Paris to Vienna and then Geneva. They have hired Pemberton as a live-in tutor to their young, brilliant and cynical child Morgan. Morgan is old in spirit and faint at heart. Pemberton and Morgan grow close as he tutors him, but over time Pemberton discovers that the Moreen family is not as they seem....
ANYWAY IT'S FANTASTIC AND I HOPE TO WATCH THE MOVIE SOON FOR NOW I'VE GOT TO RETURN TO MY ESSAY GOODBYE