The Joke

The Joke

In the 1950s, Ludvik Jahn was expelled from the Communist Party and the University by his fellow students, because of a politically incorrect note he sent to his girlfriend. Fifteen years later, he tries to get his revenge by seducing Helena, the wife of one of his accusers.

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Mohamed (nl) wrote: everything about this film is amazing, the music hans did a great job the acting the pace the story 10/10.

AD O (kr) wrote: one of the best docs ever to warm the heart.

Eliot W (ru) wrote: Literally one of the worst movies I've ever seen. So bad that we couldn't even make it all the way thru it. All the way from the possibility to the execution of jokes it was horrendous. I wouldn't even give it a half star if I wasn't required to just to give a rating at all.

Wiebke K (au) wrote: An interesting film about a troubled Mossad agent who spies on a German to discover if his grandfather is still alive so that he can be brought to justice. Sometimes a bit heavyhanded on the ethics side, it has some fun dialogue, and the Israeli landscape made me remember the kibbutz.

Samantha M (us) wrote: Slow moving and not a whole lot of action. It's basically daily life of two boys and the dramas they experience, the only connection a bike. I'll still watch it despite the slowness of the movie.

Kenneth K (jp) wrote: Not great, not bad...slasher flick.

James H (br) wrote: This is one of those films that is just bad in almost every way. Particularly bad is the acting and the direction. The plot is so stupid, badly brought to the screen with extremely poor writong. Cheap and unappealing.

Mike M (fr) wrote: Director Sidney Lumet weaves a lengthy, complicated tale that - despite being difficult to follow at times - nonetheless demands your unwavering attention until the bitter end. The story focuses on a dirty cop wanting to come clean and rid the force of corruption (without ratting on his partners). As the story moves on, however, it becomes apparent that to save himself, he may have no other choice. Treat Williams plays a strong lead, with a brilliant supporting cast including several recognizable faces. The underrated Lumet delivers again. Ya gotta love 70s flicks.

Jonathon P (kr) wrote: Don't know how it got a PG rating, ??. Makes you not want to get into the water, whatcha I think was goal!

Lee H (jp) wrote: Fun yet nonsense. Penned by Bruce Lee and James Coburn, its a zen philosophical story (a quest for enlightenment no less) laced with martial arts. Has an amazing if yet odd cast in it for what it is. Definately one to check out.