Schultze Gets the Blues
Schultze, a reserved, retired man living in Teutschenthal, Germany, finds his life of visiting pubs, fishing and playing traditional polka music on his accordion forever changed by a visit to Louisiana.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

If you thought "Driving Miss Daisy" was too fast-paced and difficult to follow, here's a movie just your speed. It does tell a story with feeling and it does get slightly more lively in its second half, and it's refreshing to see a pro-American foreign film for a change, but the whole thing is about as thrilling as an afternoon at a law library. This one's a sleeper hit without the hit.

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