I’m excited for the film, but only if it’s a complete disaster. It must fail to be at all interesting.
Looks like it’s back to France for Woody Allen.
The Holocaust, for better or worse, turns up at the Academy Awards as often as Meryl Streep. The genocide has been so ubiquitous in recent years — in movies ranging from “The Reader” to “Inglourious Basterds” — that next month’s Oscars will be notable partly for the absence of films that address it.