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The Man Who Cried

by Sally Potter

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571207480, Paperback)

An epic movie from the creator of "Orlando" and "The Tango Lesson", "The Man Who Cried" is a young woman's coming-of-age story set in the dangerous maelstrom of the Nazi Occupation of Paris. The film charts a journey which begins in the lost world of old Jewry and ends in the new world of Hollywood, a journey in which the young woman's original language is taken from her, causing her to retreat into silence - and song. The film attempts to mourn for those lost in the terrible events of the last century - and to celebrate those who found their voices and survived.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:29 -0400)

In The Man Who Cried, Sally Potter, acclaimed writer-director of Orlando and The Tango Lesson, has created an ambitious and original hymn to a world that disappeared forever after the outbreak of the Second World War.

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