Steam Back to the Fatherland

Back to the Fatherland

Back to the Fatherland is a movie starring Gil Levanon, Katharina Maschek, and Dan Peled. BACK TO THE FATHERLAND is a documentary film that tells the story of young people leaving their home country to try their luck somewhere else....

Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Gil Levanon, Kat Rohrer
Writer
Anneliese Rohrer, Anneliese Rohrer, Susan Korda
Actors
Gidi Peled, Dan Peled, Gil Levanon, Katharina Maschek
Country
Austria
Year
2017
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

BACK TO THE FATHERLAND is a documentary film that tells the story of young people leaving their home country to try their luck somewhere else. A common tale these days if these young women and men weren't from Israel and if they wouldn't be moving to Germany and Austria, where their families were persecuted and killed.

Comments about documentary «Back to the Fatherland» (5)

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Alexander Russell

One of the great films to emerge from the late 90s and early 2000s. The production values were first-rate and the story was gripping. While the film is not one of my favorites, it is a classic in its own right. The film is not at all politically biased. Its greatest strength is its examination of the roles of the media, the media itself, and the issues it raises. It examines the role of the media in society and in media itself, and what media can do when it's all too controlled. The film is long and complex, but never boring. I hope that anyone who reads this will see this film and be inspired.

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Zachary Gibson

I was shocked at the amount of propaganda being peddled by the Zionists in this film. I had never heard of this movie before seeing it, and was appalled at the nonsense that was being spread about the Holocaust. I was so upset that I ended up leaving the theatre. It is truly a shame that the makers of this movie are so dedicated to the idea that it was all a fabrication by the Jews. It is a shame that the Zionists would want to discredit the Holocaust by pushing a false story about it. I was glad that the film makers did not delve into the actual events that caused the Holocaust. The film makers could have easily exposed the actual people who perpetrated the Holocaust, but instead they chose to focus on the 'advocates' of the Holocaust and the 'victims' of the Holocaust. This makes it impossible for anyone to even begin to question the facts of the Holocaust. The film makers had the potential to provide a great educational tool for people who want to learn more about the Holocaust, but instead they failed miserably. It is a shame that the makers of this film had such a high opinion of themselves. I would urge anyone who is interested in learning more about the Holocaust to read more than the few facts presented in this film. The Holocaust was a terrible tragedy, but if people can't even come to grips with the reality of it, then what hope does the world have of being a better place?

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Jeffrey A.

My son, who was born in Iran, is very open minded and interested in the history of Iran. He was also interested in the film, and wanted to know about the people that lived there. The film covered a variety of topics, such as the American occupation of Iran and the rise of the Islamic Republic. The main focus of the film was on the people of the Islamic Republic. The interviews were very interesting and in many cases very informative. The film did not focus on the people of Iran as much as the people of the Islamic Republic. In many cases the people interviewed were not the most knowledgeable people in the world, but were able to speak their mind. The interviews were very insightful and well-done. The documentary did an excellent job of bringing together information from various perspectives to form a larger picture. I would highly recommend the film. It is well worth watching.

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Stephanie

I'm from Finland, and this is my first ever post on IMDb. My father was killed in Iraq, and my mother was traumatized by the loss of my father. I have had many problems with the war in Iraq, and I know the pain of war. I have seen lots of documentaries on the war and how the government of the United States was looking for excuses to get the war going. This movie makes me understand the reasons behind the war. I don't think that I will ever get to see a war that was completely unjustified. I think that there was no need to fight wars. I think that there is no need to fight wars for the sake of the state. I think that there should be a very good reason for the war, and that people should be allowed to say no to war, and not just have war as a way of life. I think that it is important that people of the United States understand that it is not just a war to have the best in the world, but it is a war to protect the world from a threat that is very hard to understand. This movie makes me realize that war is a way to make people to be "united" and "in the same company". I hope that it will become a part of history. I hope that it will be used as a reason to get rid of war.

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Ryan

The Russian's are not all good. The CIA is not all good. If you are a Russian, I will tell you that you are not to blame for your country's problems. I am an American and I have lived in the US for about 25 years. I have been to Russia twice, and I saw the place. It is a beautiful country, with great architecture and people. It is an odd state of affairs that Russian-Americans are more likely to sympathize with one another than Americans are with Russians. Some Russians, like Mr. Putin, are not really Russians. They are "patsies", trained to believe that they are better than they really are, to make a point in the world. In the meantime, the rest of us are not to blame. We all have been duped by the Russian media and the Russian government. All this talk about Russian-Americans is mostly propaganda, designed to keep the people under the Russian state, and to make them feel better about the situation. Mr. Putin is playing a cynical game. He knows that his regime will not last, and that a change will not come soon. His problem is that the people will not accept it. It is very difficult to convince them. He has not succeeded. The American media does not know how to tell the story. I was not surprised when the BBC made a TV documentary on the anniversary of the Russian coup, saying that the US was right, and that the Russians are not to blame. I was not surprised when the BBC showed an American film about the KGB and the CIA. This is all propaganda. The people have to be convinced, and that is what the American media is doing. The question that remains is whether the American media will ever be able to tell the story. I am not so sure. But it is good that they are trying. This documentary is a start. There are other documentaries, but they are not as well made.