Germans (1996)

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A wealthy German family is divided by the immorality of Nazi Germany, circa 1944. Former professional colleague, Joachim Peters, escapes from a Nazi concentration camp, and seeks refuge ... See full summary »


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18 December 2017 | matthews-39382
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| 4 stars for good intentions.
This is an adapted screenplay from what is considered a classic play in Poland. The idea is mainly to explicate the collective German psyche in the context of the holocaust. It's obvious this was an extremely low budget out of Hollywood production. The idea was noble but the lighting, sound, and casting were devastatingly bad. The lead actor playing Sonnenbruch, a very good Swedish actor was ill-chosen because of his English, and most of the local hires in Poland, while possibly good actors were equally hampered by the barbaric dubbing. Finally, the Hollywood cast was struggling with weaknesses in the script and three of them were horrible.

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