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Prosecuting Evil

Prosecuting Evil is a movie starring Rosalie Abella, Fatou Bensouda, and Wesley Clark. A portrait of Ben Ferencz, the last surviving Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, who continues to wage his lifelong crusade in the fight for law and...

Other Titles
Ondskans åklagare - mannen som fällde nazisterna, Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz
Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Biography, Documentary, War
Barry Avrich
Barry Avrich
Wesley Clark, Fatou Bensouda, Rosalie Abella, Alan M. Dershowitz
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A portrait of Ben Ferencz, the last surviving Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, who continues to wage his lifelong crusade in the fight for law and peace.

Comments about history «Prosecuting Evil» (15)

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Beverly Arnold

The documentary tells the story of the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann in Israel, by the French, American and Italian governments. This movie is the story of the process, with interviews from leading researchers, lawyers, etc. It shows how this complicated man, who was at the top of the Nazi's political apparatus, was caught by the French, who were worried about his activities during the war. It also shows how the trial is carried out, and what it was really like. The movie is also an account of the events leading to Eichmann's arrest, and the trial itself. The documentary is also a diary of the trial itself, from the people who were in the court, as well as the journalist who interviewed them. It is a very interesting and very well done documentary. I highly recommend this one. The movie is not very long, but it's worth watching.

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Janice Willis

First off, it's a good documentary. In fact, it's a good documentary in every sense of the word. The problem is that it has an agenda. The agenda is to portray the Germans as evil and the Russians as good, and to undermine the West's position in the Cold War. While this is a compelling story, it is nothing more than a propaganda film. If you think about it, the film is very thin on facts. For example, the Nazis were the most powerful military force in Europe, but they were also the most economically powerful. They had vast resources, but they used them to create a system that kept the masses under control. They had a strong military, but they were not able to control the population as well as the Soviets. If the Soviets had been as powerful as the Nazis were, the Soviet Union would have been the most powerful military in Europe. So the documentary is nothing more than an attempt to distort the truth. It would have been more interesting to show the Russians as the good guys than the Nazis as the bad guys. And if they had been the good guys, they would have had the ability to overthrow the Western system. Instead, the documentary focuses on the Nazis and the Russians. This is a travesty. There was no need for the documentary to be biased. There are plenty of other documentaries that are unbiased. It is simply an attempt to smear the Nazis and the Russians. In the end, the documentary is a propaganda piece, and it does a good job of that.

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I'm not a great fan of the history of the US, but I think it's a shame that the US is considered a superpower in comparison to other countries. I think this documentary does a good job of showing how the US is a powerful country with an economy that is far superior to that of other countries. The documentary is very informative, and it makes me think about what might have been, and what might have been in the future. It's not perfect, but it's a great documentary. I think it's important to show the history of the US, because it's a story that everyone can relate to. I think it's also important to show the impact of the war on the US, because it's important to remember that there was a war on US soil. If you haven't seen this documentary, then I recommend you to see it.

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Timothy Pena

In the wake of the first Gulf War in 1991, an investigation into the use of chemical weapons in the conflict was begun by the UN. These documents were discovered in the US and eventually published by the New York Times. The book, "Pillars of the Earth: The Secret History of the US-Iraq War", by Michael Gordon and Colin Jones, looks at the many conflicts that have taken place in the name of the "War on Terror" and the war in Iraq. The documentary starts with the interview of George Bush, then with the former president Richard Nixon, and then with the present president, George W Bush. The first part of the documentary is mostly about the interviews. But then the film concentrates on the documentations, the research done by historians, journalists and other experts, and the documents and photographs of the war, which has shown the US used the nerve gas sarin. The film is presented in a simple and short way, but it is very informative, and it is possible to read some of the documents at a glance. The first part is an excellent presentation of the facts, and the second part is very interesting. The documentary was made by Michael Gordon, who is a journalist and a historian. He is one of the most respected and trusted experts in the field, and he is known as an expert in the field of history and politics. The documentary does not tell the whole story, but it gives you a lot of information about the origins of the war in Iraq. The documentary is very well made, and it is easy to understand and to understand. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know the facts about the American-Iraq war.

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Richard Rios

The film is about the Nazi persecution of Jewish people in Europe during WWII. It tells the story of a group of Jews who were forced to leave their homes and take refuge in the nearby towns of Lodz, Wrocław, and other places. The film shows the hardship these people had to go through, and also the efforts they made to survive. It shows the dedication of the Polish people and the Polish people in general. The film is very moving and heartbreaking. I loved this film, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Andrew Bishop

As a Canadian, I was delighted to see this documentary on the Holocaust. It is a powerful and accurate depiction of how the Nazi's were able to dehumanize the Jewish people in their quest for power and greed. The story of the Holocaust is truly one of the most frightening events in history. This film is extremely important and should be seen by everyone.

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Ann M.

This documentary is very well made. It really shows that the war was not the greatest tragedy of the 20th century, but rather a brutal, brutal war. It really does the opposite of what the movie depicts. Instead of making the viewer feel sad, it makes the viewer feel angry and angry. It makes you feel like you should be looking at the camera and ask why we are there. It makes you feel like you need to go out and kill some more people. The documentary really shows how the war made people who were not in it feel. I felt as though I was in the middle of a war zone, and I didn't want to leave. It was hard for me to even get out of the theater, because I just wanted to watch it. I think this documentary really goes to show that you can't blame the victims. The war was the worst thing that could ever happen to any country, and it was one of the biggest disasters of the 20th century. It is the war that really brought about the global warming. It was the war that caused the increase of the population of the planet, and the war that caused the collapse of the Soviet Union. It was the war that started a lot of conflicts, and it is the war that is the greatest curse that mankind has ever faced. It really shows that it is not the war, but the people that are responsible for it. I think that the documentary is very important, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of the world. It shows that it is not the war, but the people that are responsible for it.

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Teresa Ortega

This documentary is a great overview of the issue of Japanese atrocities during WWII. It's the first film that really focuses on the atrocities and how they affected the Japanese people and the Japanese government. It's an interesting story and one that is worth seeing.

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Rose M.

This is a great documentary that really makes you feel like you are there. I've seen the film at least 10 times, and every time I'm reminded of how fortunate I am to be alive. I'm very grateful for this film, and hope everyone can find a way to watch it. I highly recommend this film.

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A little history lesson on the Holocaust is one of the most commonly taught history lessons in American schools, and it should be. If you want to learn more, I suggest watching the HBO documentary The Holocaust and then reading the book by Deborah Lipstadt called "The Holocaust Hoax" by S. Robert Lichter. The book is a great resource for anyone who wants to know more about the Holocaust. The documentary "The Trial of the Century" is just as good as the book, but you have to watch it before watching the documentary. The Holocaust Hoax is a documentary about the trial of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi war criminal, and the other defendants in his trial. It is quite fascinating to watch this trial unfold, but it does not give the viewer a complete picture of what happened during the trial. For example, we see the trial in a very black and white manner, which may be confusing to some viewers. It is important to realize that the trial was a process, not a courtroom. The movie does a good job of portraying the trial, but the documentary leaves out some important information. I would have liked to have seen more information about the Holocaust itself and about the trials that were happening throughout Europe at the time of the Holocaust. Overall, the documentary is a very good documentary and it is well worth watching.

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Debra W.

I found this movie a lot of fun. I've been an avid fan of Martin Scorsese's work since the early nineties. This was his first documentary. The documentary was all about Martin Scorsese's involvement in the making of The Aviator. I found the film to be great, and I found the story itself interesting. Martin Scorsese did a wonderful job with this film. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a great film about one of Hollywood's most famous stars.

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Kathryn Garrett

I saw this documentary at the Indianapolis Film Festival last night. It's an interesting look at the mental and physical illness of former Nazi scientists. It's really hard to explain the scale of their efforts in their work. The documentaries I've seen about the Holocaust have tended to focus on the Nazi scientists themselves, so this one looks at the mental health of the Nazi scientists. There are some good interviews with people who worked with them and some interesting archival footage. I liked the way it looked at the psychological effects of the Nazi scientists, but I also really liked the look at the physical effects of the Nazi doctors. It's not a very enjoyable film to watch, but it's worth seeing. I've never been to the Holocaust Museum in Warsaw, so I was really interested in the way they looked at the Holocaust as a cultural phenomenon.

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I've always found it hard to watch war movies, they usually have a few good scenes, but it's the war itself that really holds you. And this movie is no exception. For a history lesson, the movie is very good. But when it comes to the story, the movie is a little bit hard to understand. I think that the biggest problem is the pronunciation of the word "Holocaust". It is spelled differently in the movie, and I believe that the pronunciation was done by an interpreter. So when the movie says "Holocaust", it sounds like "Holocaust" when it should be pronounced "Holocaust". As for the movie itself, I really liked it. It's not one of the best war movies ever made, but it is very good and entertaining. I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys war movies. 7/10

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This documentary on the Holocaust is an excellent look at a subject that many people know little about, but has a lot of disturbing implications. The documentary is told from the perspective of a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz, and it is very compelling and sad. The film is well done, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.

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Robert C.

I was skeptical going into this documentary about the atrocities committed by the Japanese in World War II. After all, the film "Shogun Assassin" was about a Japanese who decided to kill the Emperor after the Emperor didn't approve of the Shogun's tyrannical rule. I'm a pacifist, and I really didn't want to see a film about the Japanese being the villains of the war. Well, I was wrong. This documentary is very powerful, and it shows a great deal of evil, but it also shows some of the heroism of the Japanese. The documentary is mostly focused on the brutal acts of the Japanese in China. I have to say, I thought the Chinese soldiers were really cool. The Japanese soldiers were really horrible. I really like the scenes where the Japanese soldiers were fighting, and the scenes where the Japanese soldiers were hiding out, and the scenes where they were eating. I also thought the Chinese soldiers were really cool. I think the Chinese soldiers are pretty cool. I really like the Chinese soldiers, and I think they are really cool. Overall, I think the documentary is very good, but I think it's very slow. It's not that it's boring, it's just that I think it could have been more dramatic and violent. I think it would have been better if it was more violent and more intense. Overall, I think it's a good documentary. It's really powerful, and it shows a lot of evil, but I think it's also a great documentary. It shows a lot of evil, but it also shows a lot of heroism. It's really great. I really like it.