Bopping with Niall JP O'Leary

Niall O'Leary insists on sharing his hare-brained notions and hysterical emotions. Personal obsessions with cinema, literature, food and alcohol feature regularly.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

The Reader

You could complain about the film's representation of the Holocaust survivors (contrasting them so starkly to Winslett's guard), but this is a solemn, emotional encapsulation of Germany through most of the 20th Century. Fiennes might be a little too subdued, but Winslett does not disappoint. I loved it.



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