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      June Zero

      In Theaters Fri Jun 28 1 hr. 45 min. History Drama List
      67% 6 Reviews Tomatometer In 1962, the world witnesses the execution of Adolf Eichmann in an emotional public trial. And in Israel, 3 characters are intimately involved in this historical, nation-defining event. Read More Read Less Coming Soon In Theaters Fri Jun 28 Notify Me

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      George H A dull, boring and confusing film with subtitles often set against a light background making it difficult to read. I understand the writer's admirable intention to look at the Eichmann trial from a fresh perspective, but this effort is definitely not for most viewers! If you gave me a hundred dollars to summarize this film in three or four sentences I couldn't do it! Rated 2 out of 5 stars 10/18/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Jessica Kiang Variety Though it occasionally brushes up against intricate ideas about memory and memorialization — who gets to be commemorated, who must not, and the genesis of the ‘never forget’ ethos — “June Zero” itself leaves a quickly fading impression. Jul 6, 2022 Full Review Anna Smith Deadline Hollywood Daily These three stories don’t flow together perfectly, nor do they dig as deep into the themes as they might. But, it’s an original angle on a historic moment with a few striking scenes that will stay in your mind. Jul 6, 2022 Full Review Cameron Meier Orlando Weekly An oddly structured but emotionally fulfilling historical drama of three people whose lives are woven together by the 1962 execution of ... Adolf Eichmann, writer-director Jake Paltrow's film ... is the most original movie ever about the Nazi monster. Rated: 3.5/5 Nov 2, 2023 Full Review Alan Zilberman Washington City Paper Eichmann’s execution has a profound effect on [the film's heroes], but by narrowing on their experience surrounding his trial, Paltrow avoids the kind of psychological insight that often adds depth or meaning to this type of historical drama. May 4, 2023 Full Review Marya E. Gates The Playlist Although the changes in tone don’t always work, and the third segment towers over the rest of the film, there is something to be said for filmmakers willing to approach history as something malleable. Rated: C+ Jul 8, 2022 Full Review Nikki Baughan Screen International This earnest drama wears its politics very much on its sleeve — and makes no apologies for doing so — although its intimate take on an overwhelming moment in history can make for some compelling drama. Jul 6, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis In 1962, the world witnesses the execution of Adolf Eichmann in an emotional public trial. And in Israel, 3 characters are intimately involved in this historical, nation-defining event.
      Director
      Jake Paltrow
      Executive Producer
      Jason Beck, Rob Demartin, Moshe Edery, Ron Goldman
      Screenwriter
      Jake Paltrow, Tom Shoval
      Distributor
      Cohen Media Group
      Production Co
      Cold Iron Pictures, Metro Communications
      Genre
      History, Drama
      Original Language
      Hebrew
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jun 28, 2024, Limited