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By far, Goldblum's best performance to date - a pinnacle in his career.
In and of itself, the idea fascinated me but because the two have no chemistry at all--it was just distractingly unbelievable.
The ironies and metaphors throughout the film involving men and dogs say more than any words of praise could possibly express.
A former German Jewish clown/magician, with many psychological demons, in an Israeli asylum for concentration camp survivors set the character and place. Read morePublished 12 days ago by BrooklynBuddy
Though Jeff gives it his best efforts. The film isn't made for multiple viewings,once was enough. It's drab and stays that way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jason Pennell
great piece of history in degree and very entertaining, an add to any ones library of history of WWIIPublished 8 months ago by Raggedy Mann
Wow, this is a somewhat different role for Jeff Goldblum. There were things I liked and things I didn't like about the movie style, but I would still recommend it, the good by far... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stewie Stewart
It's a really good movie and this guy trying to help all those people that survive to those horrors and helping the kid awesome history.Published 19 months ago by Brizna
Well acted. Very different in a pleasing way. I recommend it to those who are tired of seeing the same plot with new faces.Published 20 months ago by Madeleine Watt
Jeff Godblum and William DeFoe are the main characters and do the movie a great service. They are both superb actors in their own right and this older film stands to show off... Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by Marilyn Lee
I've seen just about every major work of bad boy provocateur (whether he was the writer, director or both) Paul Schrader through the years--and while not every film has been an... Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by K. Harris