Lions Gate Films | Release Date: October 18, 2002
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MichaelF.Mar 24, 2003
Wow. This movie is amazing. There is only one minor flaw, some strange casting (David Arquette, Harvery Kietel). Arquette isn't that bad though, he is just over acted by everyone else in the movie. The direction is great and the writing Wow. This movie is amazing. There is only one minor flaw, some strange casting (David Arquette, Harvery Kietel). Arquette isn't that bad though, he is just over acted by everyone else in the movie. The direction is great and the writing is also great. The movie is ugly without being as in-your-face as Schindler's List. Totally rewarding. Expand
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ChadS.Jun 5, 2003
What director Tim Blake Nelson shows us is so horrific, the casting of name actors becomes irrelevant. You can scrutinize all you want about Harvey Keitel's German accent as being unconvinving, but when Sport pulls out his gun, What director Tim Blake Nelson shows us is so horrific, the casting of name actors becomes irrelevant. You can scrutinize all you want about Harvey Keitel's German accent as being unconvinving, but when Sport pulls out his gun, he'll seem pretty real to you then. You leave Nelson's Auschwitz with a dozen indelible images of unspeakable atrocities, not if David Arquette can act or not. In "The Pianist", two Nazis dump a wheelchair-bounded man over a second-story railing. "The Grey Zone" has many moments like that. It doesn't have the artistry of other Holocaust films, it has the nausea of the Holocaust. This movie deserves a better rep. Expand
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