An Hungarian youth comes of age at Buchenwald during World War II. György Köves is 14, the son of a merchant who's sent to a forced labor camp. After his father's departure, György gets a job at a brickyard; his bus is stopped and its Jewish occupants sent to camps. There, György find camaraderie, suffering, cruelty, illness, and death. He hears advice on preserving one's dignity and self-esteem. He discovers hatred. If he does survive and returns to Budapest, what will he find? What is natural; what is it to be a Jew? Sepia, black and white, and color alternate to shade the mood.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Hungarian,German,English,Yiddish,Hebrew,Polish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   escape,   snow,  

14-year-old György's life is torn apart in World War II Hungary as he is sent to a concentration camp where he is forced to become a man, and learns to find happiness in the midst of hatred, and what it really means to be Jewish. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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FuHao C (gb) wrote: i was surprised at how much i liked this canadian film about a former hockey player and a troubled child. i thought all the actors (especially tom cavanagh) did very nice work here.

Matthias B (it) wrote: fim choral mal foutu en depit d un casting de haute volee. L histoire est mal jouee et les interpretations frolent le cabotinage pr pas mal d acteurs,

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Merlin R (gb) wrote: pretty good. reminded me of the bible belt and how awesome it is to rebel from Jesus freaks and figure everything out for yourself. The book was better though.

Geno W (fr) wrote: I have no idea what this film was trying to be. The first hour offers genuinely great world-building [apart from the jarring juxtaposition of a white-out cast and a Latin American setting], and a truly gripping and unsettling allegory of military life and the horrors of war. The second hour does a complete about-face and turns the film into a gratuitous, glorifying war flick; a "satire of fascism" it could be argued, perhaps, but if this was Verhoeven's purpose he certainly doesn't make it clear enough, and can claim only a confusing, schizophrenic work. It's unfortunate that Netflix does not show ratings from RT or IMDB, as I frequently find myself hitting not completely terrible films, but really odd cases like this.Perhaps the most useful thing I got out of watching this film was learning that it is loosely based on a novel by Robert Heinlein, and that Robert Heinlein also wrote Stranger In a Strange Land and is a bizarre pro-war fascist.