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Mario Van Peebles,
Dr. Ho the Chinese Consul in Vienna in 1938 issued Exit Visas to many Jews against the instruction of his superiors. Together with Fannia and Bruce they must leave Vienna as the Gestapo is chasing them to get the Jews and Hitler's painting. They learn to fight against the Nazis. A Good Nazi is a Dead Nazi
Exodus to Shanghai is one of those stories about a real hero of the atrocities of war. It tells the stories of a man who is focused on freeing people from war.
The film is similar in ways to Tarantino-style films which short catchy scenes that are at times not in chronological order thus having the audience engaged from the very beginning saying "Ok well what happened to lead to that?"
There is a lot of comedy in this film although it never loses its dramatic feel.
David Lipper as Kurt shows off his comic timing as well as his outstanding acting ability.
The sets and art direction on this film give a real lively feel to it
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