A gorgeous, witty adaptation.
Rosenstrasse provides a unique and distinctly female point of view on Nazi Germany.
The performances are courageous and remarkably good; but in the end we are left with nothing.
The chef at a small Paris restaurant is losing his sense of smell.
David Lynch succeeds again in providing a unique cinema experience that is completely nonsensical.
It is on Lynch’s genius that the film dies its long death, unable to satisfy any but the most simpatico, open-minded fans.