Starring Robin Williams, Alan Arkin, Bob Balaban, Michael Jeter, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Liev Schreiber
(1999) - Color - 2 hours - Rated PG-13
When all hope was lost, he invented it.
“The most powerful, moving film experience this year…” — Mark S. Allen, UPN-TV
In Nazi-occupied Poland during World War II, poor Jewish café owner Jakob Heym (Oscar®-winner Robin Williams “Best Supporting Actor, 1997, Good Will Hunting”) accidentally overhears a forbidden radio news bulletin signaling Soviet military successes against German forces. To combat the overwhelming depression that pervades the ghetto, Jakob invents fictitious news bulletins about Allied advances against the Nazis. These lies keep hope and humor alive among the ghetto inhabitants—spirits are lifted, hearts are refreshed, and optimism is reborn. The Germans learn of the mythical radio and begin a search for the resistance hero who dares operate it.
Moscow on the Hudson
Starring Robin Williams, Maria Conchita Alonso, Cleavant Derricks, Alejandro Rey
(1984) - Color - 1 hour 57 minutes - Rated R
When a Russian musician defects in New York, he finds adjusting to his new life in America more difficult than he could have imagined.
Moscow on the Hudson is a sweet, beautifully performed picture... — Variety
Soviet Circus saxophonist Vladimir Ivanoff (Robin Williams) tours in the United States and suddenly defects from his musical troupe while visiting the temple of Western decadence known as Bloomingdale's. Fleeing from the K.G.B., Vladimir is granted asylum by the U.S. government and moves into the crowded Harlem apartment of black security guard Lionel Witherspoon (Cleavant Derricks). Soon Ivanoff finds himself a voluptuous Italian lover, Lucia Lombardo (Maria Conchita Alonso), and a shrewd Cuban lawyer, Orlando Ramirez (Alejandro Rey). He thought his troubles were over when he defected, now he's living in New York City and his life is more difficult than he ever imagined. Though Vladimir learns that life in America can be cold and even painful, he grows to love this strange and wondrous new land.
Alan Arkin, Hannah Taylor Gordon, Maria Conchita-Alonzo, Cleavant Derricks
Run Time: 3 hr 58 min
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