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Rick C (us) wrote: "Hannah Arndt" is really quite brilliant - both the German philosopher and journalist, and the film portraying her writing about Eichmann and teaching in post-war Germany. If you don't see the WHOLE film you will miss its overall values, profound but subtle meanings, and its most salient historical features. She could easily be compared to Einstein for her independence and credibility. Hannah Arendt and Karl Marx were among the more notable Jewish Philosophers and both were natives of Germany. Whereas Karl Marx was an indirect follower / student of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Hannah Arendt was actually a direct student - and most prized - by Martin Heidegger. Arguably Hannah treats Heidegger, (a self-described Nazi sympathizer), the way a number of Jewish leaders (whom she openly questions) treated the Final Solution Nazis (like Adolf Eichmann). Heidegger teaches her to think and prepares her for the loneliness of teaching philosophy - even while he betrays humanity and morality. Hannah is just great!! A truly well done film.
Mike C (it) wrote: Excellent legal thriller for first time director Tony Gilroy. George Clooney is in his element playing tortured and insolvent lawyer Michael Clayton that 'fixes' problems for his law firms clients and sometimes co-workers. Tilda Swinton plays the villan and thoroughly deserved her oscar. But Tom Walkinshaw delivers his best work in years playing an unhinged lawyer defending an agricultural chemical giant against a class action lawsuit on a fertilizer with lethal side effects.
Yuvraj S (it) wrote: An absolute delight to watch! Great humor and groundbreaking music! By far the best movie ever made based on indian living abroad!
Frank G (nl) wrote: C+ = Slightly Above Average
Brian R (fr) wrote: Gena Rowlands is great once again in Cassavtes's "Opening Night". I liked the film especially the madness from the characters. The improvisation is at it's finest but as for the film, I'm not sure if it's great. "Opening Night" is too long and some scenes drag and questions raised a lot in my mind. Take for instance when the Rowlands character keeps witnessing a young girl in her frenzied state. Is the girl real? Why does Rowlands have these strange thoughts in her head? Is she crazy? What is her purpose? I was left sorta baffled.
Steve D (nl) wrote: Very good vigilante movie