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September Song (2001)

| Drama | 2001 (Germany)
The German composer Valentin Reiner receives a letter from his ex-wife Anna, who now lives in Los Angeles with their 18-year-old son Stefan. In her letter, Anna asks Valentin to come and ... See full summary »

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The German composer Valentin Reiner receives a letter from his ex-wife Anna, who now lives in Los Angeles with their 18-year-old son Stefan. In her letter, Anna asks Valentin to come and help her with their son. Stefan is engaged to Leila, a young Muslim woman from Palestine, who is three months pregnant with his baby. They live with Anna and Judge Boccia, who hates black Muslims. Stefan and Leila hate Jews. Together with his buddy Riff Mason, Stefan terrorizes the Jewish community with home invasions, where they paint swastikas on the houses and leave fake anthrax letters. Reiner is determined to expose the fascist group and regain the trust of his son. Written by Anonymous <abrvy@msn.com>

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No one asked for this depressing American Nazi drama
10 May 2003 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

The film makers have here referred to the tragedy of September 11, 2001 in the movie's title, to construct a depressing drama about a German compser who goes to America when finding out that his teenage son has joined a Nazi group. Since when does 9-11 have anything to do with Nazis???? The film is so boring but we are asked to care. We are told this Nazi group, whose leader (unbelievably) is an American judge, are dangerous and deadly, but all we see are a few non-violent scenes of black-masked thugs who paint swastikas on the walls of Jewish homes, but otherwise this "dangerous" bunch sit around and look stoned. The German composer, who is a sort of Elie Wiesel character who with zero charm or charisma spends the whole, miserable movie walking among these creeps and they do not act against him! **SPOILERS** The intentional surprise of revealing the American Nazi leaders have Jewish heritage is supposed to be a shock, but to build 90 minutes of non-events around this one dramatic moment is misery to watch. A sad, sad movie made by people who thought they had something original to say but only we, the audience, get fooled. This is a "film festival movie" that is amateurish.


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