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All Critics 29 Top Critics 13 Fresh 5 Rotten A syrupy brew thick with twee and an abundance of cringe-inducing moments pulling at heartstrings. Tomris Laffly.
The movie functions like one of those star-studded Garry Marshall ensemble movies but made terribly sad until the last few minutes, when a tacked-on happy ending arrives in time for the credits.
Monica Castillo. Barry Hertz. The movie, so determined to celebrate small acts of kindness among those who have least, feels a little too calculated and emphatic - a tearjerker that doesn't quite draw tears.
David Sexton. A problem here is that almost all the characters are victims. Geoffrey Macnab. I think they've probably hit bottom with this howler, a criss-crossing ensemble piece set in New York and featuring a rogues' gallery of non-characters slowly learning to appreciate the transformative power of sick bucket please "forgiveness".
Kevin Maher. Nicole Ackman. Thankfully there is Bill Nighy playing Bill Nighy. Irene Crespo. The biggest problem is the jumbled and hackneyed screenplay that has little regard for viewers' intelligence It's just not a very good movie, and you won't feel much sympathy for the characters who make very bad decisions.
Carla Hay. As the cinematic equivalent of a self-help seminar, this heavy-handed ensemble drama of redemption and rebirth is hopelessly melodramatic.
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While the diction is lovely at times, I am walking away empty-handed. This is an eventful life! It's valuable to re-visit McCarthyism and to be reminded how poorly America consistently treats its progressive citizens.
It didn't take long for me to become a big fan of Salka. She's a character, and I know I would've loved to meet her or hang out at her Salon in Santa Monica, but the book isn't great.
I'm not sure who it's written for. It feels far too full of "who? On the other hand, while she has a talent for setting a great scene, I feel it comes out far It didn't take long for me to become a big fan of Salka.
On the other hand, while she has a talent for setting a great scene, I feel it comes out far too seldom, and she's much too coy and demure about details of the lives of the interesting people around her for the book to be an insider's tale.
For instance, she takes a long-time lover late in life, and it took me til it concluded to even realized it was going on. She mentions it when it starts, but I couldn't figure which of a few possible men it was.
Maybe that's my fault, but I found myself struggling to finish the book. Additionally, I just got really tired of her life in Europe, and couldn't wait to get to the parts in America during World War II.
I looked forward to the perspective of a jew becoming a U. Citizen, basically a german refugee, and she partly delivers on that promise. The only thing that kept me going, is that as boring as I found the topics at times, Salka is a great writer who lived an incredibly interesting life.
I just constantly found myself wishing she'd show me more of it. Bittersweet memoir of Golden Age Hollywood screenwriter Salka Viertel, Beautifully written.
Viertel describes a halycon childhood in the waning days of Austro-Hungarian Galicia as the beloved daughter of the mayor of a small but not too small town.
She was from a rather cosmopolitan and talented Jewish family that was well connected with the cultural world of central Europe. An early commitment to Theatre brought her marriage to a brilliant German producer and director, Berthold Viertel, and to Bittersweet memoir of Golden Age Hollywood screenwriter Salka Viertel, Beautifully written.
An early commitment to Theatre brought her marriage to a brilliant German producer and director, Berthold Viertel, and to valuable experiences in the German-language stages in Zurich, Vienna, and Berlin.
But for me, and I imagine for most readers, the really interesting section of the memoir only really gets started when the Viertels moved to southern California in the late s, to become part of the burgeoning immigrant community of creative artists from all over the world.
In the s and 40s, Salka created an artistic haven for creative minds and spirits in her residence near the ocean in bucolic Santa Monica.
And perhaps most interestingly, Salka offers glimpses into the private world of her most reclusive friend, Greta Garbo. Viertel worked on several of Garbo's most interesting films, including "Queen Christina," "The Conquest," and "Two-Hearted Woman.
Jul 02, Jeff Thompson rated it it was amazing. One of the best autobiographies of the twentieth century when it comes to describing the arts of Germanic Europe and, later, Hollywood.
As a young stage actor and wife of an up-and-coming playwright in Vienna in the s, Viertel meets everyone from Kafka to Brecht, and gives a powerful account of the end of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
But the book is especially poignant when Viertel, fleeing Germany after Hitler takes power, recounts her life in the United States. She paints a very vivid port One of the best autobiographies of the twentieth century when it comes to describing the arts of Germanic Europe and, later, Hollywood.
She paints a very vivid portrait of Hollywood in the thirties, and forties, and the difficulty so many European artists had in using their talents.
It's both a little funny and a little sad to see lions of culture like Max Reinhart, Arnold Schoenberg, and Thomas Mann attempt to find respect and work in southern California.
For the reader who might be interested in the author's friend, Greta Garbo, Viertel's Greta comes off as an intelligent and passionate artist.
The portrait rings true, but it is limited, and Garbo remains an enigmatic figure. But for the reader who wants to know more about the stage, film, and literary artists of the Austria and Germany of a century ago, and the migration to America, and the impact those artists had on culture in the United States, this memoir is invaluable.
Viertel is a good writer. Aside from the inevitable confusion of trying to keep track of so many people that appear, disappear, and re-appear in her narrative, it's an enjoyable read.
This is a fascinating memoir, covering the first half of the twentieth century, starting in rural Central Europe, Sambor now Ukraine, but then part of the Dual monarchy.
Going through 2 world wars, the German Weimar Republic and inflation, to Hollywood. We meet an endless array of writers,musicians, actors etc The charm and kindness of people in the face of war, poverty, destitution, Nazism, McCarthy is what brings it alive.
A wonderful book Her husband Berthold Viertel was a notes poet and stage director. An amazing life, smartly told. Salka Viertel accounts the dizzying events of her life, surviving two world wars and meeting hoards of legendary personalities.
All these done with grace and equanimity. She worked on theater and film. The majority of the memoir allows us to get good glimpses of what goes on behind the scenes, what it was like at that era; we also get to hang out with Bertolt Brecht and Greta Garbo among many others.
Her story moves briskly and seems to lose its breath most of the time. Jul 04, Sk rated it really liked it. May 22, Greg Guma rated it it was amazing.
A smart, engaging autobiography by Salka Viertel, screenwriter, actress, and close friend of literary and popular icons during the first half of the 20th century.
A close A smart, engaging autobiography by Salka Viertel, screenwriter, actress, and close friend of literary and popular icons during the first half of the 20th century.
A memoir of a well-lived life which spans pre WWI Hapsburg Poland to post WWII California. A testament to the power of the arts and joie de viveur.
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In the late s, Salka and her husband, Berthold Viertel, left Berlin for Hollywood, where Berthold wrote screenplays and directed films and Salka began acting in motion pictures.
There, she befriended Greta Garbo on the set of Anna Christie and co-wrote screenplays for many films. Du Salka Viertel was born Salomea Sara Steuermann in Galicia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
In , Salka was put on an FBI watch list and later her salon was dissolved under the inquisition of the Hollywood film industry.
After the war, she returned to Europe where she lived until the end of her life. Books by Salka Viertel. Readers' Most Anticipated Books of February.
Luckily for us, February brings a Read more Trivia About The Kindness of S No trivia or quizzes yet. Rather, like most films in which the quietly brilliant Bill Nighy appears, this one is delicate, smooth, evocative, relevant to just about every human who is not trying to escape being human or is working to escape the madness of modern society and return to being just human.
This film honorably expands the canon of interwoven lifelines each of which, like the Borromean rings, supports and enriches other already-solid stories.
Like Crash, , Magnolia and Hereafter, all of the characters are entirely plausible, especially when they find themselves coping with unfamiliar and threatening circumstances.
Most rise to opportunity for self-improvement; a few find a chute to the pit. Like most truly mind-expanding dare one say "spiritual"?
And for the generous of heart, two persistent questions: How have I been helped along by people with no reason to get involved but their own generous mindsets; and What opportunities to help others, and thereby myself and my world, are presenting themselves in this moment?
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