Though the studios of the Golden Age were reluctant to produce films about Anti-Semitism, this Elia Kazan picture remains one of the best of the few Hollywood treatments of the subject. Gregory Peck gives the right gravity to his role of a magazine reporter who comes to understand in a personal way the barriers imposed by prejudice when, to add depth to his magazine feature, he takes on a Jewish identity. Moss Hart wrote the script, which was based on the novel by Laura Z. Hobson.
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