8 out of 10 people found the following review useful:
A Canadian reporter goes to Germany to cover a story of a Canadian writer about to be published. It all changes when the writer dies under suspicious circumstances.
a-miss from Canada
27 November 2005
Although the movie isn't absolutely amazing, it contains some very
poignant and essential messages, specifically about (professional)
writing. It also demonstrates some of the problems plaguing the
publishing world. Most moving were the segments dealing with the story
of the Rebber family, and how they epitomize the injustices suffered by
wealthy German Jews during the second World War.
Many of the actors in this film are Canadian, as are the production
crew (and companies). This movie lends itself to the expression and
appreciation of many cultures, including German, Canadian, and the
artistic worlds of writing/publishing and fine art.
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