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Danny B over 1 year ago
Painful, powerful film that is a must watch. Cuts thru so much. Brilliant.
Courtney Bess over 3 years ago
Issac Spicer 4 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 5 years ago
Yudit Lang over 6 years ago
Júlia Machado almost 7 years ago
Gentleman's Agreement is a 1947 drama film about a journalist (played by Gregory Peck) who goes undercover as a Jew to conduct research for an exposé on antisemitism in New York City and the affluent community of Darien, Connecticut. The movie was controversial in its time, as was a similar film on the same subject, Crossfire, which was also released the same year and also nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Gentleman's Agreement was based on Laura Z. Hobson's 1947 novel of the same name. The movie was released on DVD as part of the 20th Century Fox Studio Classics collection. Philip Schuyler Green (Gregory Peck) is a widowed journalist who has just moved to New York City with his son Tommy (Dean Stockwell) and mother (Anne Revere). Green meets with magazine publisher John Minify (Albert Dekker), who asks Green, a gentile, to write an article on antisemitism ("some people don't like other people just because they're Jews"). He's not very enthusiastic at first, but after initially...
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