So the catholic girl was Jewish huh? She didn’t know until then that she was Jewish right? Something like that is a big shock, the movie failed miserably to show the effects of this big reveal, especially in the time & place she was living.
She meets Eichman’s son, “Hi I’m Sylvia! I’m catholic” He’s like “The jews this, the jews that” She’s like “Ok” then goes out & attends some of the “meetings” with him. Then she finds out she’s a jew & is torn up about it, & is like, “Does it really matter? Don’t you like me for who I am?” Nevermind the fact that that’s the last thing you should be asking the guy at this point but I guess the writers wanted it in there.
What the hell? This is actually unintentionally hilarious the way these events played out.
It doesn’t seem plausible that such a thing would happen but that’s the direction they took in this film. In reality she’d be too stunned to really react one way or the other. Nevermind give a shit if the guy still liked her or not. She’d be in shock. “You mean I’m not a Christian catholic? Wait! You’re telling me I’m a Jew in Nazi Germany where I thought, I don’t know I was maybe a Italian Roman Catholici? Ain’t life a bitch?”
I’ve seen many a “Had a bad day” moments in movies before but this takes the cake.
That part of the movie lost me. How about the rest of you?