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As much as I liked the book, I did tend to think it would never end.
The ambivalence to the Nazis are like the passages in Grass's memoir,Peeling the Onion(2006) in which he seeks belatedly to justify his wartime behaviour.
Beautifully shot in the same location with a haunting musical score by Maurice Jarre and a brilliant performance by David Bennent as Oskar.
Life as viewed by a selfish little boy during the Nazi war era. This was one of those hate the main character yet love the movie type of flicks.Published 5 months ago by Magenta W.
After reading the book, I really enjoyed the movie. I think if you had not read the book, the movie might be less appealing and some might find the movie a little strange (or a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by 21jackj
I've never seen a film more desperately in need of having 20+ minutes edited out. Too much is made of the gimmicks that this boy deliberately fell down stairs to stunt his growth,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by mr. contrarian
Great movie and cast for this masterpiece based on Gunther Grass's novel. A disturbing and fascinating portrayal of the second world war from an original perspective.Published 14 months ago by Nicolas Aznavour
Well, even highly cultivated cinema lovers can be baffled by a product like this........
The film is filled with so much plot that you almost stop caring, because so much of... Read more
Perhaps I'm damaged goods having only finished the book less than a week ago after it sat on my bookshelf for about nine years. Read morePublished 16 months ago by tasdgs
I'm into World War 2 and the whole third reich era. When I saw this movie was set in Germany during the Nazi's time in power I had to purchase this film. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Byron