When a veteran Hollywood character actor gets a call about a painting allegedly looted from his family by Nazis in 1944 Budapest, his life is thrown into personal, professional, and spiritual turmoil. Of the many questions asked — about family and identity, about art and history—a central, unanswerable predicament lingers: How do we move forward when the past looms unreasonably large?
Review by Heller McAlpin, NPR, March 14, 2018
Review by Ellen Umansky, New York Times, May 5, 2018
Review by Ingrid Vega, Zyzzyva, May 15, 2018
Profile by Agatha French, Los Angeles Times, May 30, 2018
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