i have really bad luck when it comes to italian cinema, i hated many italian films that was recommended by friends, thank god for filmmakers such argento and de sica and fellini to help me belive that it's not about the nationality and not to be cinema racist.
Sure, a child in a Nazi concentration camp is an intrinsically tragic story. Sure, a father fighting to protect his child's innocence in the midst of horror is a deeply touching idea. But when the execution of that story and idea are this tacky, this crass, this cheap? It's more insulting than inspiring. Badly directed, acted, written, and conceived, this cringey failure gets a D.