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Heaven's Tears (1995)

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Stephen Nichols ... Peter Steiner
Beata Poźniak ... Ingrid Steiner (as Beata Pozniak)
Lisha Snelgrove Lisha Snelgrove ... Celandine
Borivoj Navrátil ... Rudolf Steiner (as Borivoj Navratil)
Michael Rogers Michael Rogers ... Markle
Lucie Vondrácková ... Jenna (as Lucie Vondracek)
Roman Hemala Roman Hemala ... Grandpa Tarnovasky (as Roman Hemata)
Zdenek Pechácek Zdenek Pechácek ... Gestapo Officer #1 (as Zdenek Pechacek)
Jaroslav Zebek Jaroslav Zebek ... Gestapo Officer #2
Stanislav Lehký Stanislav Lehký ... Railway Officer
Barbora Lukesová ... Young Girl in Apartment
Karel Sebesta ... Old Peter
Nina Jiránková Nina Jiránková ... Old Celandine
Martina Moravcová Martina Moravcová ... Young Girl in Cemetary (as Martina Moravcova)
Katerina Matousková Katerina Matousková ... Maid #1
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Drama | Romance

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English

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21 November 1995 (Netherlands) See more »

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Love and War See more »

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North American Pictures See more »
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Followed by Love and War II (1998) See more »

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On my list of worst films
13 November 2011 | by MdmBadenovSee all my reviews

Heaven's Tears is close to the worst film I've ever seen. The plot is so ludicrous and implausible, it's incomprehensible. A soldier in the Nazi army during Hitler's regime, whose father is in the upper ranks of the Third Reich, is driving in the country one afternoon when he clips the bicycle of a teenage girl who appears suddenly before he can stop. The girl is knocked off her bicycle and the officer stops to attend to her. The girl is not seriously hurt. She's also beautiful, and the officer is instantly smitten. The girl also turns out to be Jewish, which, needless to say, is more than a minor inconvenience for the young couple. True love is not to be deterred, however, and the Nazi and the Jewish girl set out to persuade their families to accept their unlikely match, as well as their respective communities that each is wrong about the other. Where is Hank Williams, Jr., when you need him?

It gets worse from there, as well as more imbecilic a plot as the story progresses (not to mention seriously offensive). It defies imagination that someone fancying himself a writer could sell this script to a film studio, and that any producer would consider making it a movie. The film was made in The Netherlands, no doubt because no studio in the US would touch this idiotic piece of trash with a pole of any length, which actually restores a drop of respect to my regard for Hollywood.  Even as an "it's-so-bad-it's-hilarious" diversion, I could not stomach watching it to the end. Ed Wood himself never crafted as nonsensical a stink bomb as this. Zero stars.


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