Hitler in Hollywood (HH, Hitler à Hollywood): Film Review
The film, directed by Frederic Sojcher, fails to convince, either as an entertainment or as a polemic against the Hollywood juggernaut.
PARIS — At the heart of Belgian director Frederic Sojcher's Hitler in Hollywood lies a false good idea - one of those alluring conceits that seem brilliant in the moment but which, seen in the cold light of day, might have been better left alone. It's the shotgun marriage of a mockumentary and a paranoid thriller, leavened with moments of light comedy, and it simply fails to convince, either as an entertainment or as a polemic against the Hollywood juggernaut. It's hard to see long queues forming for this, despite the eye-catching title.
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