William H Macy stars in this fine adaptation of Arthur Miller's novel about ignorance and hatred during the last days of World War II. Lawrence Newman (Macy), a polite yet somewhat reclusive man, arouses suspicion from his neighbours when he fails to join them in their attempt to drive a local Jewish businessman out of the neighbourhood. Before long, Newman and his new wife Gertrude (Laura Dern), both Protestants, are mistaken for Jews and blacklisted. Meat Loaf and David Paymer co-star.

Year: 2001
Genre: Art House Cinema, Arthur Miller
Country: USA
Director: Neal Slavin
Starring: Meat Loaf, William H Macy, Laura Dern, David Paymer
Duration: 107 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains medium level violence.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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