Max

Munich, 1918, where (fictional) art dealer Max Rothman (John Cusack) befriends and encourages the young artist Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor). But Max is Jewish... Even if the overall results are a bit glib and predictable, both of the central performances are terrific—especially Taylor, whose Hitler is a creepily believable human being.

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Munich, 1918, where (fictional) art dealer Max Rothman (John Cusack) befriends and encourages the young artist Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor). But Max is Jewish… Even if the overall results are a bit glib and predictable, both of the central performances are terrific?especially Taylor, whose Hitler is a creepily believable human being.

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