The Man in the Glass Booth
Arthur Goldman is a rich Jewish industrialist, living in luxury in a Manhattan high-rise. He banters with his assistant Charlie, often shocking Charlie with his outrageousness and irreverence about aspects of Jewish life. Nonetheless, Charlie is astonished when, one day, Israeli secret agents burst in and arrest Goldman for being not a Jewish businessman but a Nazi war criminal. Whisked to Israel for trial, Goldman forces his accusers to face not only his presumed guilt--but their own.
- Stars:Maximilian Schell, Lois Nettleton, Lawrence Pressman, Luther Adler, Lloyd Bochner, Robert H. Harris, Henry Brown, Norbert Schiller, Berry Kroeger, Leonardo Cimino, Connie Sawyer, Leonidas Ossetynski, David Nash, Martin Berman, Richard Rasof,
- Director:Arthur Hiller,
- Writer:Edward Anhalt (screenplay)
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The Man in the Glass Booth torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: ei mikaa kovin ihmeelline mut selnne
(nl) wrote: Good flick. and Gere is always great.
(ru) wrote: wasnt bad, but didn't hit my scary spot
(us) wrote: Promising, but needed to be a lot better.
(ru) wrote: Much better than these kinds of movies (inspirational social problem films) usually are. More realistic and heartfelt. Jalil Lespert turns in a wonderful performance.
(ru) wrote: It's stupid, but it surprisingly funny at times. What can I say, I do love stupid, non-sensical movies at times.
(br) wrote: Amazing concert, wish I was there... but I was 4 so it would have been wasted on me...
(br) wrote: This erotic and quite stylish vampire story is actually one of Jesus Franco's better films. A version with hardcore inserts (if you'll pardon the expression) exists under the title Erotikill.
(au) wrote: Third film by Melville, based on the Cocteau work from the end of the 20's. The collaboration between the director and the writer must have been extremel difficult, because of the need to combine two different and somehow "autoritharian" personalities, but the result is really worth viewing. Some parts are irresistible and remind of Cocteau great films. But for me here, the best is Nicole Stphane, simply perfect.
(nl) wrote: London botanist battles his inner beast as he races to derive a cure for lycanthropy from a flower that blooms only in the moonlight.
(au) wrote: A tribute to Dolomite with better production, an instant classic for a mature literature class.
(es) wrote: pauly shore... i hate him
(es) wrote: Roger Ebert has once said that Showgirls is "a waste of a perfectly good NC-17 rating". I cannot agree more. I'm a fan of Paul Verhoeven and his boundary-pushing approach to cinema. But not this one. I hated this campy, rancid scum of a film. There was not a single moment in this movie where I found myself somewhat entertained. Watching this film was like someone dropping multiple sour candies in my mouth, and forcing me to swallow without gagging. The script is awful, and the characters are unlikable and have no charisma or whatsoever (how am I supposed to relate to the protagonist who always looks and dresses up like a hooker AND talks like a dumb schoolgirl!?!? UGH.) It's either super dramatic or super sexual, AND I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT MESSAGE THIS FUCKING MOVIE WAS TRYING TO CONVEY! This is one of the worst movies ever made. It's not even "so bad so good". It's plain awful.
(fr) wrote: A nice Christmas movie that everyone can enjoy