A man's story parallels Hitler's rise. Austrian Klaus Schneider, wounded in World War I, recovers in the care of Dr. Emil Bettleheim. Bettleheim discovers that Schneider possesses powers of empathy and of clairvoyance, such that could aid suicidal patients. After the war, with one friend as his manager and another as his lover, Schneider changes his name to Eric Jan Hanussen and goes to Berlin, as a hypnotist and clairvoyant performing in halls and theaters. He always speaks the truth, which brings him to the attention of powerful Nazis. He predicts their rise (good propaganda for them) and their violence (not so good). He's in pain and at risk. What is Hanussen's future?
Writer:Péter Dobai, Erik Jan Hanussen (autobiography), Paul Hengge (additional material), Gabriella Prekop (dialogue), István Szabó
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Justin H (de) wrote: The mish-mash of different game plots, and a random stupid appearance of ONE monster that was part of a psychology belonging to a male character from one of the games. It makes no sense, and if you don't understand the various references and source materials, it makes even less sense. This is not recommended to the casual viewer as they'll be lost. And just not recommended at all for the Silent Hill fan, as they'll be made to be quite upset. Do not watch this, just go play one of the games, and be happy.
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Eliabeth N (it) wrote: It isn't anywhere near as good as 'Anastasia', but I think that is more to do with it being a bit more childish than anything esle, it still boasted some excellent voice talent, even some from the original film. And although the animation was no where near as spectacular as it was in 'Anastasia', it was still quite impressive. There also some catchy songs and the usual moral message that childrens films try to put across - overall not the best thing I've ever watched but I can see why children would love it.
John P (ca) wrote: I think this deserves to go down the shredder.
Graham D (ru) wrote: Nice little thriller this.
Clay B (kr) wrote: EXTREME PREJUDICE (1987)
Frederick P (de) wrote: another classic what happen to all the good movies
xGary X (de) wrote: A very cynical buddy cop movie from the seventies with some sharp, funny dialogue and real chemistry between the stars Elliot Gould and Robert Blake. A little known gem that Hyams virtually remade in the 80s as Running Scared.
Owen D (nl) wrote: I have left more entertaining stuff in my toilet!