Mendel

Mendel

A Jewish family leaves Germany after surviving the Holocaust and heads to Norway. Mendel, their youngest son, is too young to make sense of the Holocaust but tries to comprehend his family's actions during the war and their nightmares now. His imagination frequently runs away from him.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Norwegian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   escape,   snow,  

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teddy c (gb) wrote: Not scary, but basically decent story. Very predictable. Stay and listen to the ending credits music. It's a throwback.

dave b (fr) wrote: It is awesome I really want to have it so I can see the whole film

Jesse F (gb) wrote: Not as good as it's predecessors but a decent and funny enough time-waster.

Melissa M (jp) wrote: Slow moving plot but very likeable cast. I enjoyed it!

Tyler S (gb) wrote: I actually had to watch this just to see how really bad it was. It was the middle of the night, I couldnt sleep....well lets just say this thing finally lit the fuse of my insomnia...The acting is terrible....its so so bad along with the plot which is the cheesiest thing I have ever seen. The emotion is so overdone and it really cant be taken seriously on any level. The only thing appealing is the NC-17 rating.Just real bad

Huong B (ru) wrote: I've always thought I cannot like a film if I dont like how the protagonists look... until I watched this film

Alice L (br) wrote: Visually stunning with interesting ideas, but ultimately it falls short due to a lack of connection to the characters or true understanding of them. The last half star was awarded down to a handful of interesting shots and some of the ideas behind the film.

Clay B (jp) wrote: WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT (1965)