Written on: 03/09/2013 by stgiles2013 (15 reviews written)
I love how the writer and the actor came together and made this movie a tragicomedy. It was a pleasure to watch it. You find yourself between masive sadness and truthful happiness.
It happens in the time of the Nazis, where the jews were not accepted. The movie reflects two sides of human nature, the best one and the worst one, and how a small quantity of hope can help humans in times of crisis.
I must say its a movie to watch in a quiet place, so you can comprehend it entirely. Its a family movie, there are no grafical parts, but adults get to understand the cruelty within those jokes.
I have to admit, it's my favorite movie since I saw it. It's very touching and moving. You will most likely cry.