From The New York Times: "Despite the memory lapse, Gabriel evinces a suspicious eloquence and flair for abstract thought. When he and Von Pfunz come face to face, they square off in a debate over the definition of truth and its relation to poetry. ...Mr. Rosen brings an anguished, dark sincerity to this tricky role, making the ambiguities believable."
From The Cincinnati Enquirer: "For all his fresh-scrubbed niceness, there is no question that Rosen’s Cliff is ready to be led into the dark side’s darkest recesses."
From The Dallas Morning News: "Lee Aaron Rosen brings heft to Clifford Bradshaw, the perplexed, sexually conflicted writer who comes to Berlin looking for a story and finds a darker one than anticipated."
From the Miami Herald: "Lee Aaron Rosen is dashing as Sally’s deluded, bisexual lover, the American writer Cliff Bradshaw."
From The Baltimore Sun: "Lee Aaron Rosen does sensitive, sympathetic work as Clifford Bradshaw, the budding writer fresh from Pennsylvania who is soon caught up in a whirl of sensuality and danger."