Genghis Cohn

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Time Out says

Twelve years on, Jewish stand-up comic Cohn (Sher) returns to haunt the SS officer (Lindsay) - now a successful Bavarian police commissioner - who commanded the firing squad which executed him. At the same time, the town is beset by a series of bizarre murders of lovers caught in flagrante, and rumour, intrigue and ambition tip the community into self-destructive chaos. Not a bad idea (from a novel by Romain Gary), and not exactly a bad film - but the black comedy would be far blacker and funnier if the direction and acting weren't so awfully, awfully theatrical.
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Release details

UK release:

1993

Duration:

80 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Elijah Moshinsky

Cast:

Diana Rigg, Robert Lindsay, Anthony Sher, John Wells

Music:

Carl Davis

Production Designer:

Tony Burrough

Editor:

Ken Pearce

Cinematography:

John Daly

Screenwriter:

Stanley Price

Producer:

Ruth Caleb

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