The Giraffe (1998)

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Lena Katz, who is German, and David Fish, who is American, are Jews who live in New York. When Lena's mother, who arrives from Germany, meets her at a hotel, she finds an almost-dead woman ... See full summary »


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10 May 2000 | untitleme
10
| not what i expected
I just saw this film on a paid movie channel and I was amazed! I thought because of the title it was going to be about nature and animal lovers but was I ever wrong!

Great acting and writing shows up; I only recognized David Straiharin from "Sneakers" but the rest of the cast is just as good and hopefully should recognized as well.

I like movies with a twist and this had one I didn't expect. It had my attention start to finish. I hope to see more movies made from Dani Levy the director; he did a fantastic job.

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Release Date:

11 March 1999

Language

English, German


Country of Origin

Germany, Switzerland, USA

Filming Locations

Germany

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