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Rabbi Judah Hirsch
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Michael Devlin (as Peter Tambakis)
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Kate Devlin
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Frankie McCarthy
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Sonny Montemarand
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Jimmy Kabinsky
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Costello
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Mr. Edelbaum
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In a world filled with hatred, their only hope was magic. Believe and anything can happen.

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Michael Devlin: God helps the defeated
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Near great until the end (no spoiler)
9 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

The adaptation for Showtime of Pete Hamill's novel is really one of the best adaptations of a novel to film i've seen. Unfortunately, the film has the same flawed ending the book did WHICH I WILL NOT GIVE AWAY. If you have read the book you will most definitely enjoy this re-telling of the story. Friedenberg's direction makes the plot much tighter and better paced. The highlight is definitely the performances of Peter Tambakis and Stephen Rea which are crucial to making the film work. Tambakis is especially impressive in his first real leading role. Stephen Rea is nearly unrecognizable in another great performance. This film is well worth viewing especially if you read the book.


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