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  • The final fate of Adolf ¬≠Eichmann is certainly a compelling subject. But its dramatic impact is severely diminished here by stilted filmmaking and wooden performances. show more

  • The movie's twitchy, diabolical monster is neither persuasive nor historically tenable, and unlike Arendt's Eichmann, he's far too easy to dismiss. show more

  • Robert Young's Eichmann feels the burden of history so heavily that it's effectively smothered by it. show more

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