The Man in the Glass Booth (1975)




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Actor/writer Robert Shaw's powerhouse stage play +The Man in the Glass Booth was transferred to the screen as part of the American Film Theatre series. Maximilian Schell plays Arthur Goldman, a Jewish businessmen living in Manhattan in 1965. A group of Israeli underground agents barge into Goldman's office and kidnap him. He is brought to Israel, placed in a bulletproof glass booth, and put on trial. His accusers charge that Goldman is not a Jew, but in fact a notorious Nazi war criminal, guilty of unspeakable crimes against humanity. Robert Shaw's name does not appear in the credits of The Man in the Glass Booth; he was so displeased with Edward Anhalt's screen adaptation that he had his name removed from the project.

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Critic Reviews for The Man in the Glass Booth

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Only when the ending credits are rolling will you be able to fully appreciate and understand the wonderful drama that you've just witnessed.

Apr 14, 2003 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Man in the Glass Booth

An interesting picture that certainly plays tricks on the mind and causes you to really wonder about reality.

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