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Reunion 1988

Reunion ★★★ 1988 (PG-13)

Robards stars as a Jewish businessman, living in the U.S., who returns to his boyhood home of Stuttgart, Germany some 50 years after his leaving in 1933. He hopes to find out what happened to a boyhood school chum—the son of an artistocractic (and Aryan) German family. Film uses extensive flashbacks to show the the rise of anti-Semitism and how it affects the friendship of both youths. Thoughtfull and well-acted though occasionally plodding drama based on Fred Uhlman's novel. 120m/C VHS . FR GE GB Jason Robards Jr., Christien Anholt, Samuel West, Francoise Fabian, Maureen Kerwin, Barbara Jefford, Alexander Trauner; D: Jerry Schatzberg; W: Harold Pinter; C: Bruno de Keyzer.

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