Snide and Prejudice

"Grim"

Snide and Prejudice Review


Quite an assembly of talent is ultimately wasted in this near-pointless look at a mental patient (that guy from the TV remake of Jason and the Argonauts) who thinks he's Hitler. A bunch of his fellow patients seem to think they're members of his staff, too. Essentially this is a re-imagining of Marat/Sade, adding in a head shrink (that guy from one of the Star Trek shows) who may be crazy too. Hitler's psychosis (the real Hitler, I mean) has been examined with substantially more depth and to a more powerful effect numerous times before.


Snide and Prejudice

Facts and Figures

Run time: 119 mins

In Theaters: Friday 9th November 2001

Production compaines: FOCUSfilm Entertainment, Bombastic Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

IMDB: 7.1 / 10

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Starring: as Adolf Hitler, as Chuck, as Dr. Sam Cohen, as Therapist Himmler


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