Everything Is About To Become Very Clear.
In a small Brooklyn neighborhood towards the end of World War II, an ordinary man named Lawrence Newman and his wife live a good and quiet life. Once he happens to get eyeglasses, however, his neighbors begin to perceive him differently through that subtle change in his appearance, and soon he and his wife are mistaken for Jews. Finding themselves suddenly aware of their anti-Semitic neighbors, they befriend a local Jewish immigrant and struggle for their dignity and survival.
- " It serves as a forceful reminder of how small a difference there can be between unity and bigotry. " – Jeff Strickler
- " Its fine cast, particularly Mr. Macy, lift it above its limitations and lend grace to its once-again timely message. " – Margaret A. McGurk
- " Its most relevant message for today is a warning against vigilante ethnic cleansing. " – Dennis Schwartz