WWII Thriller My Best Enemy at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
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Join The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Norman Reedus (Daryl) and more in celebrating one of the biggest events in horror and sci-fi TV: Walker Stalker Con. This three-day extravaganza of all things spooky returns to the home of The Walking Dead, Atlanta, with several of the acclaimed zombie drama's stars on hand, including David Morrisey (The Governor), Scott Wilson (Hershel), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Laurie Holden (Andrea), Jon Bernthal (Shane) and more. Plus, joining in the fun from other shows are The Vampire Diaries' Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, and the future Aquaman, Jason Momoa (also of Game of Thrones). In addition to a ton of other guests, there will also be a zombie costume party, guest panels and countless games, toys, comics and memorabilia to purchase. Learn More
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I thought the film was borderline "o.k.". The performances and cinematography were fine. The problem was the tone of the movie. The near totally subdued response to genocide was a problem. At times it seemed like a slightly darker version of Trading Places, with Dan Aykroid and Eddie Murphy. Clearly it would have been out of character for anyone in the movie to resist, but that is what I would have preferred.
General admission tickets to the film do not include entry to the preshow reception.*
Director: Wolfgang Murnberger
Country: Austria, Luxembourg
Language: German with subtitles
Running Time: 109 min.
Subjects: Drama, German, World War II
About the Ticket Supplier: The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is a cinematic exploration of Jewish life, culture and history. Seeking to use the power of film to both entertain and educate, AJFF challenges conventional perspectives on complex and challenging issues facing both the Jewish and global communities.