Gentleman's Agreement (1947) - Details

Gentleman's Agreement

A well-known writer at a progressive New York magazine decides to tackle anti-semitism in a unique way as his first assignment. Gregory Peck pretends to be Jewish in order to write about the effects of bigotry. From being refused a job and access to public accommodations, to his son being beat up and his fiance (who at first doesn't know he's NOT Jewish) expressing concern over his faith, Peck soon learns what it means to be Jewish.


Drama / Romance

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