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Out of the Cold (1999)

An American entertainer and an Estonian woman are torn apart by hate and prejudice.
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Dan Scott
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Deborah Berkowitz
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David Bards
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Leon Axelrod
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Tina
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Max Kaplan
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Elsa Lindepu
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Fang
Marla Frees ...
Diana
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Nazi Leader
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RUssian and German Soldier (voice)
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An American entertainer and an Estonian woman are torn apart by hate and prejudice.

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The epic tale of an American trapped behind the Iron Curtain

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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30 March 2001 (Estonia)  »

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An utter mess!
8 September 2004 | by (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – See all my reviews

Who is this Aleksandr Buravsky who gets all those wonderful actors to work for him?? And not only in this one, also in a couple of other of his ill-conceived movies. The story here starts out quite promising and soon collapses. The characters are not likable, except for tragic Deborah, the historical errors are many, some situations laughable. And I was looking forward to seeing Keith Carradine in a leading role, after how long....Just wasted my time. Why are there so many bad movies lately which dabble in the Holocaust instead of using history's lessons wisely and weave them into a good story??? There are hundreds of good true stories out there - why don't scriptwriters and directors pick them up and use them???


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