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It's a giddy nightmare. Nothing is quite what it seems in I Served the King of England, and this is poetically appropriate.

The world it depicts is too dangerous and too lovely to classify. Read full review. Aaron Hillis. A mischievously hedonistic, Chaplinesque farce, the film buoyantly but seriously traverses the horrors of World War II with a subtlety and sophistication that most American comedies cannot grasp. Eddie Cockrell. A virtual primer on the unique mixture of self-deprecating dark humor and personal tragedy that has been the Czech cinema's stock-in-trade since their celebrated s New Wave.

Roger Ebert. It's a film filled with wicked satire and sex both joyful and pitiful. David Edelstein. Richard Schickel.

May not be a totally riveting movie, but it is, in its gently insinuating way, a curiously rewarding one. Josh Rosenblatt. I Served the King of England, like its hero, is surrounded by and infused with the potential for meaning but feels like a lark: a bit of nothing whistling past the graveyard of 20th century European history without a thing to do but indulge itself.