Rommel

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gail

splendid cast...ROMMEL so charismatic. why did SPIEDEL SURIVE, I WONDER?

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Bill

They could have cast a more imposing and believable Hitler. Other than that, it was pretty good.

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John

Agreed, as regards the casting of Hitler.

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Byravan

Moving and sad tribute to a great general. Well played by the lead actor Ulrich Tukur. Never even heard of him before but he made a great impression. I was struck by the spectacular uniforms of the Wehrmact brass. I am sure they were authenticated accurately. Also enjoyed the accuracy of the ...Read more

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Dylan James

very good acting

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Marshall

This was an interesting film, and I enjoyed watching it.

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