Labyrinth Of Lies2015
Labyrinth Of Lies (2015)
Critic Consensus: Labyrinth of Lies artfully blends fact with well-intentioned fiction to offer a thought-provoking look at how the lessons of history can be easily lost or forgotten.
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as Johann Radmann
as Thomas Gnielka
as Marlene Wondrak
as Simon Kirsch
as Erika Schmitt
as Otto Haller
as Walter Friedberg
as Hermann Langbein
as Fritz Bauer
as Major Parker
as BKA-Mann Fischer
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Critic Reviews for Labyrinth Of Lies
An emotionally affecting and illuminating piece that is beautiful as well as edifying.
What should have been a fairly direct look at a culture hiding from itself becomes an overdone, angst-everywhere exercise.
The movie reveals so many secrets and twists that it threatens to dilute its message. When a visit to Auschwitz becomes little more than an appreciation of a pretty meadow, the script flirts with banality.
The movie is a strong account of a lesser-known episode of post-Holocaust history raised above its obvious cinematic formula by Fehling's anchoring performance and the film's wise approach to the survivors' horrific testimony.
Audience Reviews for Labyrinth Of Lies
It has the bland and uninspired aesthetics of a film made for television but at least understands well the complexity of its subject matter despite some typical clichés of TV movies, like the protagonist giving in to alcohol abuse and his incomprehensible decision in the third act.
Too soapy, unfocused & formulaic.
Labyrinth Of Lies Quotes
|Thomas Gnielka:||It would be the first time that a country prosecutes its own soldiers.|
|Thomas Gnielka:||I need the files of the SS men in Auschwitz. All of them.|
|Thomas Gnielka:||I need to know about someones past.|