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Thread: The German Character

  1. #16
    Join Date
    Aug 2002
    Utah, USA

    Flat Characters

    Flat characters, flat movie. I found the treatment of most of the characters in this movie to be flat. We're only given superficial treatment, the soap operatic type of confrontation between family members. The movie was black and white with a few gray tones thrown it. I thank you for the reference for the old bumbling man with the children and the Nazi soldiers, I forgot about that scene. It was a good one. I do believe that I would have preferred to have seen fewer characters and directed as in the Dr. Zhivago style rather than the curt and cookie cutter approach used in this movie.

  2. #17
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    I appreciate your opinion on "The Pianist" but could we stick to the discussion that others have been doing in regards to the German character? I don't want a discussion subject to get irrelovent.

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