It doesn’t take too much smartness to see what Sophia Loren is doing in Judith, an adventure picture that came to the Music Hall yesterday. She is lending her name and her presence to a routine cloak-and-dagger film that, without her, would get no more attention — and would deserve no more — than a quickie on the lower half of a double bill. Even with her and with all the cold hostility she brings to the hard, contentious role of a Jewish woman compelled by the Haganah (the Jewish underground forces) to do a crucial, clandestine job for them in Palestine in 1948, it comes out a disappointing picture, more lurid and loud than lustrous, and certainly much more of a fiction than an illusion of what might have taken place. — Bosley Crowther, 1966.

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