The humor is wry but ultimately humane in this story of a disillusioned businessman and his family’s search for enlightenment in modern Europe, written by a celebrated German filmmaker.
Moore’s spin on a classic Shakespearean comedy is bawdy, tawdry, raunchy, vulgar, blasphemous, but most of all, utterly entertaining.
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