Invincible Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for Invincible the Movie

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Herzog's stylized and operatic exploration of a true story is his first dramatic feature in 10 years. In 1932, naive Polish blacksmith Zishe (Ahola) is hired as a strongman to perform at the Palace of the Occult in Berlin, which is owned by showman Hanussen (Roth), who outfits Zishe to resemble German hero Siegfried. Hanussen wishes to be a significant player in the emerging Nazi party but when Zishe reveals himself to be Jewish, he takes it in stride and revels in Zishe's money-making abilities as a "new Samson." But politics and entertainment prove to be a volatile mix.

Distribution

New Line Home Video, 116 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048, Phone: (310)854-5811, Fax: (310)854-1824, URL: http://www.newline.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 135 minutes.
Originally from British, German.

Cast and Crew

Genres
True Stories, Judaism, Period Piece: 1930s, Nazis & Other Paramilitary Slugs, Eastern Europe, Berlin, Nightclubs
Screenplay
Werner Herzog
Cast
Tim Roth, Jouko Ahola, Anna Gourari, Max Raabe, Udo Kier, Jacob Wein, Gustav Peter Wohler
Cinematography
Peter Zeitlinger
Director
Werner Herzog
Music
Hans Zimmer, Klaus Badelt
Other
Simon Willis, Joe Bini, Jany Temime, Ulrich Bergfelder
Producer
Werner Herzog, Gary Bart, Christine Ruppert, Little Bird, FilmFour, Tatfilm, Fine Line Features

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