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I really wanted to like this German rom-com, but it’s just too loud and manic for my sensitive senses. And if some thought is given to the film’s plot—which has at its center a middle-aged German Holocaust scholar and his young female French intern—you will quickly conclude that much of its shouting, banging, crashing, barking, bashing this, breaking that, and stumbling about could have been cut out with little to no impairment to its story. Yesterday could have been much quieter movie.