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- sorry - Its mainly with German and French characters in any event - with Omar
Sharif mis-cast as a trooper along too, apparently wanting to do justice in
seeing a murder investigated which we see the German officers present wanting to
see disappear instead - as a German Army general - would you believe - is
suspected to be the offender in this crime of gruesome murder of a lovely blonde
spirit of a french woman in fact! Insane! I'm sure many other German officers
could have played the role of investigator in place of Omar Sharif who reads his
lines rather with a noticeable awkwardness which leaves everyone uncomfortable
as to his role in their midst. many men of conscience even in the German army
would have had no taste for this kind of murderer getting away with the cold
blooded slaughter of a Frenchwoman casually picked up at a bar they frequent in
this movie, I'm sure that can be argued without too much objection for crissakes
- or what are we as humans on this earth ultimately, I submit!!!
Peter O'Toole is the prime suspect and it is a Caligula like mindset which he
seems to impart along the way in some insane fixation on his brain it would
appear - Paul Newman is certainly not playing this role in some other movie type
- thats fer shure! Why not more of Paul Newman's typical character depictions
type of roles on the movie sets eh!
anyway, it takes some time, but justice is finally done, praise god as it were.
Michael Rizzo Chessman