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With a terrific display of ensemble acting and unforced use of the popular claustrophobic semi-documentary look, Hirschbiegel's movie takes its time to get underway, with apparently irrelevant cutaways to Fahd's outside girlfriend (Maren Eggert), but works up to a powerful second half that delivers a sustained symphony of psychological and physical anguish. --Kim Newman
Good movie with an outstanding theme. Brings to light interpersonal relationships and how positions of power or those without affect the way in which we act and treat others.Published 1 month ago by John G.
Saw this movie tonight on cable and thought it was awesome. I read the book a fews years back, written by the psychologist who did the study. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael L. Sweet
Great movie. An experiment that goes awry. Moritz Bleibtreu is good in this film. (He was in Run Lola Run. Another great movie.)Published 9 months ago by mm21
I have seen this movie in Germany in the movie theater with my sister when it came out.
I like all of Moritz Bleibtreu's movies.
Well done movie, although I could have done without the ridiculous <spoiler alert> 'love story' that they managed to add . . . .Published 14 months ago by Vera O.
It's a great movie that I bought to have it on my collection, but sadly I couldn't even read the dvd....terrible, I could only saw the first 5 minutesPublished 14 months ago by Toscana Navas
Horrifying demonstration of how human nature can adjust itself to the dictates of authority. I only watched it once, but the depravity of the "guards" stayed with me. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by RadioMaven
Anyone who's read the back of the box knows how this one is going to end--badly, likely with any number of people dead. So you think, well. Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by Likecroft
This version is way better than the American version it's a shame the americans can't do good remakes all the same it's a good moviePublished on October 9, 2012 by Wharton 50