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Plainly speaking, this is one of the best films ever made.
The pawnbroker, Nazerman, having survived the camps, has decided he has felt enough pain in his life and refuses to feel anything for anyone again.
Filmed with gritty realism on location in black and white (absolutely correct for this piece), it is a very adult, mature, and somber work.
As good as I remember it from the 60s. First US film dealing with the Holocaust. First US first dealing with breast nudity.Published 11 days ago by Jim
4 1/2 stars: I never saw this movie at the time of its initial release, so it's long past time -- 50 years -- that I caught up with it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Stanley Crowe
Filmed in black and white, this is a serious, gritty story of a Shoah survivor. Steiger's acting is shattering. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A good book and a glass of wine
My heart literally cried out for Sol by the end of the film. I really felt for him, I could identify with him and I felt bad for him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by duspan