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Master of the Game (2002)

In the end of WW2 a group of four Jewish prisoners trying to escape through the forest The arrive to a small cabin where the find shelter and food, but soon enough a group of nazi soldiers ... See full summary »

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In the end of WW2 a group of four Jewish prisoners trying to escape through the forest The arrive to a small cabin where the find shelter and food, but soon enough a group of nazi soldiers return to the cabin and find the Jews in there A game of psychological battle begins, which changes everyone and everything

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and some language
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A must see! Fantastic direction. Great performances.
13 March 2002 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Psychological thriller set in WWII. Totally engrossing roller coaster of a film. The tight pacing and amazing acting kept me on board the whole time. A few scenes not for the squeamish. They didn't hold back on the brutality of the film. That's what made the "game" so interesting. Every character's life depends on it. The script and direction obviously handled with great care. Definitely look for this one.


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