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Among the Believers

Among the Believers is a movie starring Abdul Aziz and Pervez Hoodbhoy. An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the spread of the radical Islamic school Red Mosque in Pakistan, which trains legions of children to devote their...

Other Titles
Miedzy wyznawcami, Jihadistien koulu, Jihadistskolan
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, News, Documentary, Biography
Hemal Trivedi, Mohammed Naqvi
Jonathan Goodman Levitt
Abdul Aziz, Pervez Hoodbhoy
USA, Pakistan
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

An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the spread of the radical Islamic school Red Mosque in Pakistan, which trains legions of children to devote their lives to jihad, or holy war, from a very young age.

Comments about war «Among the Believers» (85)

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It is obvious, from the trailers and early press releases, that the documentary will make an interesting look at the career of Kurt Cobain. However, this documentary was far better than I expected, and it provides much information on the subject matter. It also gives a good overview of the life of Kurt Cobain, and a lot of information about his music career, while at the same time trying to tell the viewer the story of his death. While the first 20 minutes is mostly about his music, it does take a while to get to the story of his death, and the two films together don't have that much material to talk about. However, they are not bad documentaries, and I can see that they will be worth your time. In particular, the first half of the documentary is quite good, though. Also, it is nice to see a documentary, made for both fans and non-fans, and it is nice to see a different perspective on Kurt Cobain. Overall, I would recommend this documentary, and I will probably watch it more often. It is worth your time, and I hope to see more films like this one in the future.

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For a story about a war that took place over 40 years ago, this film is very good. I loved seeing the camaraderie between the soldiers. It was very fascinating to see all the stories that were told to the camera. This is a film that should be seen by anyone who is interested in the war.

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I have just watched this documentary. It is well-made and informative, but it is also somewhat biased. The purpose of the documentary is to show the devastating effects of war and the people who fought in it. I am not a war buff, but I did read a few articles on the war. They were mostly negative. I do agree with what the writer said about the constant propaganda. I also agree that some of the men and women who fought in the war were heros, but there was also the counter-productive side to the war. A few women did serve in the military, but the overwhelming majority of the men who served in the war were fighting for the sake of country. I don't agree with the idea that war is the only cause of the problems of today. I do believe that this documentary should be seen by everyone, but I think that it is a good start and it is very educational.

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Theresa Owens

I was fortunate enough to be invited to a screening of this film at the Sundance Film Festival. It was a wonderful experience, because this was not what I had expected. The first half of the film was very factual and it was easy to follow. But when it came to the second half, I felt that the information was incomplete. I had no idea about the atrocities committed by the US government. It seemed as though the director had omitted information to the point of making it appear that there was a conspiracy. I also felt that the second half was quite inaccurate. If you are looking for a documentary on the Holocaust, then you may be disappointed. However, if you are interested in the history of the Holocaust, then this is an excellent film. The first hour of the film is accurate and I felt that it was a good start to the film. However, the second half of the film seemed to be incomplete. I believe that if the director had focused more on the second half, then the second half would have been more accurate. The fact that the US government was involved in the genocide of the Jews in WWII is a very important and important topic. However, it is difficult to get the information out of the US government, as they are often very secretive. The film makers chose to focus on the second half of the film, which is very important, but I believe that it could have been better. Overall, I think that this film is excellent. It is an important and important topic, and it is very difficult to get information from the US government. This film is a must see, because it is a documentary, and it is an excellent film.

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This movie is a must see, and one of the best films I have ever seen. You may not agree with all the points it raises but in the end you will be moved by this film. The words "flawed" and "nobody" are not used very often in this film but they really should be, because it is the ones that allow us to really see that people are not equal, and that violence is not the answer. There are a lot of people who are taking sides and making excuses for violence, and there are a lot of people who are saying "violence is wrong" but not really caring about the people who are dying, the women who are being raped, the children who are being killed. There is a lot of debate about what it means to be a soldier, but what is the question that must be asked?

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Catherine C.

This is a fascinating film, which tells the story of the Holocaust as it unfolded in Jewish and non-Jewish Palestine. It gives a fascinating glimpse into the psychology of the surviving Jews, and of the people who fought against the Nazis, as well as of the attitudes that the survivors had to face, whether they wanted to or not. In the film's most compelling moments, the film cuts back to people inside and outside the camps, and then to the actions of the Germans themselves. This documentary is a very important one. It should be seen by anyone who wants to learn more about the atrocities committed during WWII, and also by anyone who is curious about the modern-day experiences of the Jewish people.

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Lawrence T.

While it is difficult to fault the film for its lack of convincing details and revelations, the lack of substance it tries to provide in the form of actual interviews with participants in the first Gulf War is more than offset by its very liberal use of language. There is not one word of "we", "us", "we the people" in the film, except in the sentence where the interviewer describes the cultural experience of a Middle Eastern country. The audience is not given any reason to doubt that there were any Americans in Iraq, but the interviewees are treated as though they are members of a minority sect or some kind of lunatic fringe. It is also an odd choice of editing to include interviews in which the interviewer and the subject are talking together while the interviewer keeps his eyes fixed on the camera, as though he is in on the conversation. This kind of editing makes the film seem more like a documentary, than a documentary about the first Gulf War. The question is, does it have to be a documentary? There is no real documentary here. This film tries to say that the U.S. military was doing the right thing, but it fails to explain what the right thing was. It is a pretty obvious question, given that we have a president who has made statements like "Iraq should be destroyed" and "We can't afford another war in Iraq." It is also a question that is not answered in the film. I do not think that the filmmakers were trying to say anything new, but they did not have to say anything that was new. We have been hearing about the war for 15 years. We know how it ended. We have seen a thousand-page report on the war and a thousand-page analysis of it. It is a good film, but it is not a good documentary. It should have been a documentary about the war.

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Amber Harvey

I'm a staunch Obama supporter and an avid filmmaker, but even I was deeply moved by this film. It has the typical, sensationalist, anti-Bush narrative, but also includes some of the most important and true-to-life testimony I've ever seen in any documentary. There is a reason the film has been pulled from theaters, because it is a brave and important film. The greatest danger is that it will be seen as a partisan smear campaign. This is a story about one man, and it is all too easy to look at it as a story about the Bush administration and the Bush family. It's not. There is not a single positive or negative character in this film. They are all just ordinary people caught in an extraordinary situation. There are no heroes here. It's a story about an extraordinary man who was the most influential man in the history of our country, and a story of a personal hero to the world. This is a man who defied the system and created a new world, and you can't help but feel compassion for him, even if he is the enemy of the United States. There are many more people who owe their lives to him, and the film will certainly do a great disservice to them. However, I can't help but feel that this story has been told before, and just as powerful, just as affecting, just as honest, just as heroic. And when the final credits roll, I will feel that I've been given the truth and the whole truth.

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This movie follows the journey of a group of Southern Vietnam veterans who participated in the Tet Offensive of 1968. Some of the veterans were born and raised in the South and they do not really know where they came from. Many are somewhat ashamed of what they have done, but they all want to go to Vietnam to tell the world about what they did. One of the veterans is a physician who just became a grandmother and wanted to get her story on the big screen. She did not want to make it a propaganda movie. The Vietnam War is no longer talked about but it is still being talked about in the media. This film is the real story of the veterans. There is not much violence and no nudity, but it is not a normal documentary. We are not told what happened to the veterans but we do see the interviews and hear their stories. This is not a picture that shows us the horrors of the war but it does show us a perspective from a veteran and his family. This is a very compelling movie. The narrative style was done well and the presentation was well done. There were many powerful scenes but most of the scenes did not really add to the movie. The main argument that the veterans were not really that good because they were not really there. There are many times when we saw the images from the perspective of a viewer. One time the viewer was a Vietnamese woman who had lost her son to the war. She was not sure what to think and felt guilty for what she had done. There were other scenes of people who were friends of the veterans who were very upset with what they had done. The movie also had several other Vietnam veterans who were very depressed and did not want to go. There were scenes of people in a coffee shop talking about their experiences in Vietnam and how they felt. There were also many scenes from families of the veterans who had died in Vietnam. Some people were still grieving when they were back in the South. They were very conflicted about what they had done. There was also a segment from a Vietnam veteran who was in a wheelchair who was giving a message to a young child and he talked about how he never really felt like he was in Vietnam. The movie left out all the atrocities that the veterans had been through and just showed the process of the veterans going to Vietnam and then the journey of what it was like to be in the army. We do not see the atrocities that the military did or were supposed to do. It is hard to really know how it was and the Vietnam War still is. This movie is about the journey and the struggle that veterans went through to make it to Vietnam. This is an important film and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the Vietnam War. 7 out of 10 stars.

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Olivia W.

A little history lesson to boost your patriotism for my fellow comrades. But how is it? Is there a war in the Balkans? Yes there is a war between Serbia and Macedonia. But if you just have a "history lesson" with your fellow Americans, do not forget to watch the movie, too. "American Sniper" just released to the cinemas of America, and yet it is not mentioned. "American Sniper" is a movie by award-winning film director Clint Eastwood, whose life is filled with great achievements. And he will be sadly disappointed with this film. It's not a documentary, and it is not about the Balkans war. It's about the legendary actor, who served in the US Army during the Vietnam war and the war in Iraq. And it's about how he prepared himself for war to take place in Iraq, to become a "American Sniper", but the war never took place. "American Sniper" will make you think about your country and war in your country, and about what your country is fighting for. It is just a very good movie. But it is not a documentary. It is a great movie. And it deserves an Academy Award, even though it was just nominated to the Academy Award. Of course, there are many inaccuracies. But the most important is, of course, that this is a movie. It is a movie. Clint Eastwood gave a great performance. And you are good to see him. And in the movie, he faced the pains and challenges that were called "the real war". I think that it is an injustice that he was not given the award. And what a great director he is!

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Samuel Larson

This documentary, although featuring interviews with participants in the Holocaust, is actually about the Holocaust itself. The film is a bit slow in pace and is difficult to follow at times. But the majority of the interviews are extremely compelling and should be required viewing for all who have ever studied the Holocaust. The interviews are often very emotional and even hard to watch at times. The interviews also give us insight into the people and places involved in the Holocaust and how they came to know of and accept the reality of the Holocaust. The film's greatest strength is the emotional content and the personal stories that are brought out of the Holocaust. I particularly liked the interviews with the people who lost their loved ones in the Holocaust, many of whom were extremely emotional and not easy to listen to. The film's greatest weakness is the amount of time the film covers. I could easily have covered the interviews by 10 minutes or so. The majority of the film is just a few hours, with the exception of the Holocaust scenes, that the film doesn't cover. Overall, the documentary is extremely interesting and very emotional and worth watching.

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Debra G.

A true piece of art. Shows that the Nazi regime in Germany was one of the most brutal and sadistic regimes ever to take hold of a nation. Fascism was really the way of the world back then. Watch and learn from an eye witness of the atrocities committed by the Nazis. If you have a strong heart and want to see some horror and pain for those who had to suffer during the Nazi regime, then watch this film. Many of the people in the film are survivors of the Nazi regime. It's also amazing to see the direct communication between the Nazis and their enemies. It's amazing how the Nazis used their position of power and economic power to motivate the German people to fight and kill Jews and other people of different faiths. It's also amazing to see how the German people responded to the Nazi's and their religious leaders to murder other people. This is definitely a must watch film. Everyone should watch this film at least once. The documentary style makes it very effective.

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I was somewhat disappointed in this film, but I had seen it in the theaters and was expecting it to be much more. I had read reviews here and thought it would be better. I was wrong. The movie was simply too long. The first hour was simply too long. I really could not care less about the people who were in the film. It was just boring. They were just characters. I also could not get into the fact that all the scenes were very much "cut" and in the editing room we had to re-edit many scenes. The editing was too choppy. This really should have been a two-hour film, but the film was too long. I would give it a 6 out of 10. I feel like the film was very very well done, but it just could not hold a candle to the first hour. It was just too long. The film is very good, but I would not go out of my way to see it. It is just too long. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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This documentary on the resistance of the Japanese soldiers at the time of Pearl Harbor is a well-directed film. There are a number of strong personalities in the film - as they were at the time - including the likes of Japanese immigrant Choiseul Masuda, filmmaker Kenji Mizoguchi, author Doris Lessing, and author Michael Dorsey. They discuss their experiences as soldiers and the nature of the Japanese experience in the Pacific theater. Much of the film was devoted to the experiences of the Japanese civilians that faced the Japanese soldiers. Masuda is interviewed about the Pearl Harbor attack and about his concerns about the future of his family. The overall feeling is that much of the film was from Masuda's perspective and he seems quite at ease with that fact. The film is edited well, with good access to important historical material. The color photography is very effective and especially helps the viewer see what Masuda saw in the city of Manila. Much of the film focused on Masuda's relationship with his family, which I found was much more interesting than the Japanese experience at the time of Pearl Harbor. The film is a bit slow moving and very poetic. However, the film is worth seeing because of the strong performances by its cast, especially by Masuda, Doris Lessing, and Mike Dorsey.

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Stephen Newman

This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, I think. As many people have said, it's not about the Holocaust or the German people, it's about the Allies and how they got involved. But the documentary is not about the Holocaust. It's about the German people. One thing I really liked about this documentary was how it focused on the German people and their way of life. The documentary does a great job of showing how the German people were treated in the camps, and how the Allies were able to show compassion to the Germans, despite their mistakes. You really feel for the German people, and how they were treated. One thing I really liked about this documentary is that it gives you a realistic view of how it was for the Germans. They had no choice, but to submit to the Allied forces, and they were taken in by the Allies. It really is an amazing documentary. I recommend it to anyone who has a basic knowledge of history.

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While the movie "The American Dream" was really about America, this documentary was really about the followers of religion, the truth about it. I really liked this movie and can't wait to see it again, probably in 2 days time. I liked this movie a lot because it was realistic, it's not like the Hollywood movies, which try to make it like a Disney movie, and that's not fair. It was a good movie and really the most informative of it's kind. It shows the inner-tragedy of it's followers, because people used to believe that it was a good thing to follow, until it turned out that this religion had really wrong ideas. This movie also explains what the so called "Christians" have done to our country. I'm really glad I saw this movie, because if I didn't I would have never know what was going on in this country. I also think this movie is very realistic, because it shows it's followers in a lot of ways. Not everyone is bad, everyone has the same fate and we all have to face our own troubles, although this is the most realistic of all the documentaries. It's a good movie and a must watch.

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Jessica Banks

As we all know, the story of Joseph Smith (among other Mormon luminaries) is not in our control. The story of Mormonism was forged by a generation of Church officials who were influenced by their leaders. These were not your ordinary folks. It is not my intention to deny that Joseph Smith did a tremendous amount of work for the Church, and even his detractors acknowledge the tremendous work of his associates. We only wish that they would give us a few facts that might mitigate the possible offense that comes from holding a person responsible for their personal choices. This film does not attempt to present Joseph Smith as a saint or prophet. It is a film that presents Joseph Smith as a flawed human who made poor choices, but it is not an attempt to castigate him. It is simply a movie that is intended to present the personal stories of the Saints who were Mormon and to demonstrate how LDS scholars and other historians in the field of Mormon history interpret the story. If you are a Mormon and have already read the book of Mormon, you might enjoy this film more. For the rest of us, it is probably the most important film that we have ever seen. With that, we can see how Joseph Smith's biography, both in its time and in our own, is so often taken out of context. The story of Joseph Smith is not only one of prophet-ship and history, but it is a story that is closely linked to his personal life and his personal struggles. We learn of his struggles with alcoholism, his brushes with demonic threats, and his struggle with family members in the aftermath of the first Mormon Prophet's death. In this respect, the film is very relevant today. The film makes no claims that Joseph Smith was a saint or prophet. However, it does attempt to give a perspective from a historian and a Mormon scholar, showing the personal stories of a group of LDS Church leaders and Church historians, as well as LDS historians in general, in their interpretation of the Joseph Smith story. I highly recommend that people see this film. It is a powerful, beautifully made, and provocative piece that is very well worth seeing.

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Kimberly V.

The Best Documentary in years. After watching this film, I felt much better about the US and its people. From the perspective of the Germans, it was hard to believe that so many people could live in such poverty and still try to find a way to survive. There was also a sense of hopelessness to the Allies. It was important to me to feel that the Allies had gotten the job done, that the Nazi's were not free to do as they pleased, that the war was over. It was my belief that when the movie ended, the soldiers returned home to the United States and the feeling of triumph seemed to wash over them, and they began to think of their lives as normal. I also felt that this film made me think about why so many Americans were so willing to put themselves in harm's way. There was a lot of talk about the "us vs. them" mentality, but in reality, there were two camps. There was the Americans who lived in poverty and lived in fear, and there were those who lived in freedom and wanted to go to the US to make their fortune. The Germans were not only living in fear, they were also making war and then fighting. This film does a great job of bringing to the surface the extreme misery and desperation that many Americans endured in the second world war. It is one of the few documentaries that really puts the viewer into the situation of the Germans, and makes you feel the horror and desperation. I highly recommend this film, even if you are not a fan of war documentaries. I am sure you will not be able to look away, and you will not be able to sleep if you have not seen it.

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In May 1945, The U.S. entered the War in Europe. The Truman Administration ordered the rapid evacuation of Japanese American citizens from cities and towns throughout the U.S. and the world. The order was revoked after the attack on Pearl Harbor, but the evacuation continued. This documentary documents the lives of Japanese Americans during the time of the evacuation and how they were treated by the government, the media and the American public. The documentary examines the lives of the hundreds of thousands of Japanese Americans who were evacuated from the U.S. before the end of the war. The documentary also includes interviews with survivors of the evacuation and their families. This documentary covers the history of the Japanese American experience during the war and shows how the people in this community were treated by the government, the media and the American public. This documentary was released as part of the "War Relocation Assistance Act of 1996."

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After the documentary, I was ready for a very sobering documentary but, actually, the documentary became much more interesting than it had been. What surprised me most was how much the producer had managed to get inside the minds of these war victims. He had managed to make a very powerful documentary out of a story that could not have been so great if it was not for the "Blacklist". One should not underestimate the importance of the Blacklist in the German and Yugoslav wars of the 70's. In the same way that American politicians were concerned about the social and political situation in the 1930's, Blacklist members were concerned about what their country would do in the future, if it were attacked by an enemy of the Soviet Union. Both countries created and implemented such measures, until they eventually went on to create the "War" of the 70's. I strongly recommend that those interested in the subject of the Blacklist should see this documentary.

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Jane W.

This was, I think, an okay movie. The documentary-style photography was interesting. The interviews with the remaining victims and survivors were also very informative. It would have been nice if the directors had done a bit more research on the persons who died on D-Day and how they managed to live through the horrors of combat. It would have been great to see a more emotional representation of the same. It would have been even more effective if the filmmakers had discussed the French-Canadian friendship. I'm sure that a couple of the War Criminals did have family members in Canada and, as the filmmakers point out, a few people from other countries as well. However, this still wouldn't have been a very compelling documentary, since they all basically talk about their experiences, rather than recounting the history of their fellow soldiers.

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As a war enthusiast, I was quite impressed with this documentary. I feel like it could have been more comprehensive, but that it was very well done. The content was interesting, the music was very appropriate, and it was very well done. The problem with documentaries like this is that it's difficult to get into the minds of people who were involved in the war. We didn't get to know them, but they were well made. We also didn't get to know the motivation of the men who were involved in the war, and that was very difficult to get to know. The documentary was very well done, and I would recommend it.

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Barbara M.

In early 1945 the Reich leader, Adolf Hitler, was made head of state in a brutal occupation of the country. Then he had a final showdown with an isolated group of resistance fighters, led by his own personal minister, Hermann Goering, and a small band of well-armed, disciplined and very efficient Nazi soldiers. This film was created by the British journalist Ian Kershaw, and this film he said was the first to "look into" the Nazi war crimes of the Third Reich. It also was the first film ever made to feature interviews with all of Hitler's closest advisors. This documentary seems to be very balanced and mostly based on archival information from the war. Kershaw did an excellent job of telling a gripping story of the trials of those accused of the crimes, as well as of the real trial. The film offers a historical account of the trial of Adolf Hitler, his five associates and their captors, their supporters and the jury members. Kershaw explains that the five men and the eight Nazi leaders were captured in May 1944 and were set free by Goering's death in November 1945. The trial of the six accused was then held in April 1945, but Hitler was not found guilty of the crimes. Kershaw also interviewed six of Hitler's closest advisers: Goering, who was executed shortly after the war's end in August 1945, Hermann Goering's wife, Franziska Braun, an Austrian Nazi sympathizer and prostitute, Leopold Wolff, the leader of the Nazi party and party leader in Germany, and Goering's confidant and bodyguard, Friedrich Roettgen, who was shot and hanged in July 1945. Kershaw also interviewed the British ambassador at the time, Lord Oxford, and Oxford's assistant, William Sommerville, a Briton who was a close associate of the British prime minister, Winston Churchill. The film makes clear that these five men were hanged for crimes of murder, murder of a certain assistant SS officer, and murder of others in Hitler's own army, even though they had been acquitted by a single verdict in the trial. Kershaw said the evidence of this conviction was not strong. The film also says that in all of the trials in which these men were charged, only one was convicted and executed. Kershaw said the victims of these trials were not those convicted of the crimes, but rather the Nazi leaders and their supporters. Kershaw said that in the trials of Hitler's closest advisers and his own personal minister, Goering, Goering himself was not convicted, because Goering was executed just prior to the trial, as was Hitler himself. Kershaw also said that there were five other trials in which all the accused were convicted, but no one was executed. Kershaw said he did not know if this was true, but he said it seemed to me to be the case.

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Cynthia Hunter

I had the opportunity to attend an advance screening of this film and I was not disappointed. I am so glad I took the time to see this film. I am a pacifist and not a believer. However, this film struck a chord in me. I had the opportunity to meet a very inspirational and warm-hearted man named Gen. Hart. He had the best intentions, but I believe he was afraid to take a stand because he was afraid of the consequences. For those who believe in the Second Amendment, I believe in the 2nd Amendment. The movie was very informative and very well done. If you are a believer, please don't hesitate to watch it. It will make you want to get up and take a stand in defense of our freedom. A real heroes is found in this movie and he deserves all the praise he gets. Thank you!

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Craig S.

This film is about a group of middle aged men who lost a son in the Holocaust. After all the years of suffering, the men are now coming to terms with what happened to their family and come to terms with their own pain. The film is not the most intelligent of films but it does make an important point about the importance of family. Many of the men in the film do not talk much but the sheer magnitude of the horror is so overwhelming that you can feel every word they say. The men talk about what they saw and heard and how the Holocaust affected their families. They talk about the horror that is not spoken about and how they felt. It is a powerful film that will leave you thinking about what you have seen and heard.

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The Indian War is a very often mentioned in the history books of India. In the next one to few decades, this topic will be increasingly discussed in the Western Countries. The great majority of the discussion and studies on this subject in the West are very much biased. The most valuable feature of this documentary is the well-known scene of the whole 2nd World War being shown. This is an iconic scene which is about two and a half hours long and can be watched again and again. The other valuable feature is the perspective of each of the four main characters of the film. The historian P.B.S. Sir D.G.M.Firth, and the strategist K.S.K. Banaji, have all a very well articulated and detailed account of the "War". The historians have also said that in the second half of the war, India lost because it did not have any real enemy on its side. They have used this argument to justify the British government's decision to support the Hindenburg's decision to change the Indian military from an organization that was focused on the military to a military organization focused on the battle of other nations. Sir D.G.M.Firth, in his book "The Great War", wrote that India has no real enemy because it is not interested in battle. But K.S.K. Banaji, in his book "Fulfilling History", which I recommend to everyone, was the first one to point out that India is being destroyed by a mix of factors, mainly the British policy. In his book Banaji also pointed out that India is in the wrong. He used the phrase, "It was a crime, it was a crime, it was a crime." After watching the film, it has become clear to me why Banaji and Sir D.G.M.Firth made this film. It is because they know how important this film is and this film has a very strong, bold and compelling impact on the entire population of India. This film has two very important parts. One, the summary of the history of the two nations, in which each of the four character have summarized their views on the war. The other part is the film itself. The two parts are not so different from each other. The film itself is an important feature of this documentary because it focuses on the Indian War, and because it shows that the whole war was not just a battle between Germany and France. In fact, it has its own purpose. One of the most interesting features of the film is that there are no certain stories told. There are no interviews with the leaders of both countries or generals. In fact, the documentary simply tells the story of the war as it is seen by the people of India. There are no histories of British atrocities in India or of any other battles of the war. There are no facts about the numbers of casualties in India. There is no mention of the participation of India and Germany in the war. There is no mention of what made Britain and Germany hate each other, or of the British attitude towards India. There are no descriptions of what the Indian people thought about the war. All that we get is what the people of India think about the war. This makes the film very important. Because the entire history of the war is based on these two points. One, that the British government supported a change in the Indian military and an increase in British military presence in India. Two, that the entire war was in fact a war between two nations, Germany and India, who had a close friendship, and the whole war was really just a fight between two nations. This film does a very good job of taking these two elements and making it interesting. All of the four characters were very well portrayed and very well researched. The film also gives a very clear picture of the situation in India at the time. The four main characters were really unique. Each of them was very different and had very different views on the war.

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Russell Stewart

This documentary is the first in a series of movies about the horrors of the Holocaust. The problem is that we have to wait until the next movie to see what the Holocaust actually was, what people actually did, and what the Jews went through, and what they did with their lives after the war. I like the idea that we can see the different parts of the story without the Holocaust being the focus. It also helps to know a bit about the different times, such as in the 60s, when the movie was filmed, and the 80s, when the film was made. I really enjoyed seeing the early scenes of the film, and the way they were shot. I think that the next film will be about the Warsaw Ghetto and how it was destroyed. The first film was made about the Warsaw Ghetto in 1941. The second film is about the Polish Ghetto, and how it was destroyed in 1944. This is a must see, if you haven't already seen the other films.

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The creators of this documentary will most likely win a Pulitzer Prize for this. It is the most eye opening and accurate film about the Holocaust ever made. This documentary gives you the facts and reasons to believe that the "cure" for this disease was not discovered until the 1960's. The documentary is incredible in the way that it shows how the Nazis and the Allies were trying to put this disease on the world's list of diseases. This is a must see for anyone who has ever been a Holocaust Survivor. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has any knowledge of the Holocaust.

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I've read some of the other reviews of this film, and although I'm not exactly an academic, I do think I know what was going on. There were several key scenes that were depicted so clearly, that it seemed that they were taking a page out of the work of James Fenimore Cooper. In the most famous scene, at the end of the film, someone (the sole survivor, of course) emerges from a laundry bag with a rifle over his shoulder, looking a lot like the one the film-makers mentioned. The helicopter's plane and aircraft carrier did the same, so that to me looked like Cooper was actually directing the film. But when I re-watched the film after more time had elapsed, I noticed that the men and women on the chopper were again portrayed as giving it the old college try. The special effects were great, as was the music, except for one scene, during which an almost 1-dimensional character with a name that I can't recall was treated as if he were a real person. This was a prime example of what would have been funny if it wasn't so predictable. The only thing that really bugged me, about the whole thing, was the director's obvious wish to be a revolutionary, and not be true to the historical facts of the events. I'm not a historian, but I've read all of the books written about the events. And what were these people doing? They were able to enter into the grounds of the OSS (the predecessor of the OSS), and the officers and men, who were there, and was also able to write a history of the OSS. (I did not get to read the history at the end of the film, but it's probably a pretty interesting one.) Well, no, not true. But I don't really know what the real story is about this part of history. I think I would be a bit miffed if I were him. And I don't think anyone will be. If there was a mania over the film, it was the group of people who looked like the professional actors. In fact, I was actually astonished to see the film-makers at a screening of it at the National Air and Space Museum. The director himself said he was an OSS. He must have made this film to get back at those who say he's a hack. And if I'm not mistaken, he was indeed a hack.

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This documentary is remarkable for the honesty of its portrayal of the individuals who were in the frontlines of the Second World War. The harrowing scenes of their harrowing experiences are accompanied by hauntingly beautiful photography, the story of how the photos were collected is devastating, and the strength of the documentary is a testament to the determination and determination of the individuals who participated in this story. The stories of the individuals who lost family members during the war, as well as the stories of the families who were involved in collecting the photos, are compelling, powerful, and heartfelt. While the documentary is extremely biased towards the Allies, it is important to understand the impact that the Germans and the Soviets had on the people of occupied countries and to see how the Americans and the British have contributed to the increased racism that is still present in modern society. If we can learn to not only accept the atrocities of the Holocaust, but to also understand how the conflict of the Second World War changed the lives of millions, then the film could be an important and inspiring addition to the cultural canon. If this documentary is not available on DVD, then I will purchase it to see how the story of the Allies can be told.

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After the war, the Americans felt their military operation was the key to a lasting peace. With the Cold War, America wanted to maintain and increase its nuclear arsenal. Through the years, this perception has changed. Nuclear weapons are in danger of being used again. We've seen their use in a few wars and more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan. The many images in this documentary show that the imagery from Hiroshima to Nagasaki are still very vivid for Americans. As someone who was never there, I was very moved by this documentary. It's an emotional ride and I was looking forward to seeing more of it. I was a little disappointed in this documentary because it was a little long and didn't give you enough information. However, I think it's important for those who are uninformed and those who need to be informed. What I liked best about the documentary is the very emotional story of a family dealing with the horror of the bombs, not from the sense of excitement and fear, but more from the deep fear that they will never be able to see the fires burn out. One of the saddest parts was to see the children's faces as they experienced their parents suffering from radiation sickness. It was difficult to watch. However, what I also really liked about the documentary is the men and women who are risking their lives to try to help those that they loved. I have seen the people in the film. I am a chemical engineer who cares about the environment. I have worked for Greenpeace for over 10 years. I am also a Christian and I work for the environmental organization, the non-profit organization Friends of the Earth. I love to see the good that I can do and I am proud of the work that I do. When I first heard about the Hiroshima bombing, I was so moved that I volunteered to help with the relief efforts. I got an early morning call from my grandmother and told her about the news. I was going to the Hiroshima site and met some of the people that were there that night. The film shows the suffering of the people and their families and how they are suffering and how they are trying to make a living. I found the documentary to be very moving and it makes you think about what people think of the situation. It is very heart-wrenching to see the images from Hiroshima and other parts of Japan as people try to try to survive. Overall, this documentary is very important to people. It is a sad reminder of the issues that Americans are facing today.

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I came to this documentary with low expectations, since the title evoked the negative reaction that I thought it would provoke. But once I began to watch it, I quickly became aware of how much this documentary resonated with me. The journalists, the survivors and the other people they interviewed are on the same page, almost all of them, even the most skeptical, supporting this story. The movie presents a rather bizarre and unprecedented view of the Vietnam War. One must admit that the first half of the film presents the story of a single participant, but it gets much more interesting as the story unfolds, and very easily becomes more of a documentary than a fiction. One can watch this film and not see any of the subjects, the Vietnam War, the war in Cambodia, the invasions of Grenada, or the political turmoil of the Middle East. It does not matter that the Vietnam War happened 15 years ago, and that Cambodia is a relatively recent topic, and that Grenada is a much more recent subject. The first half of the film presents the story of two of the war's most important protagonists: El Salvador's Alfredo Orfina and the head of the Irish Republican Army, Brendan Behan. It tells the story of the war from both sides' perspectives, and the film itself is nothing less than a political thriller, a study of how our own world gets divided into two sides, or at least that is the opinion of the filmmakers. These are two men who are viewed as paragons of the human spirit, and the participants in the conflict seem to believe in them. Orfina, in particular, represents an idealist, a fanatic who believes in the righteousness of the cause he fights for. For him, the war is nothing but an "occasion" to further his aims. He will not sacrifice his own life for a cause, but will stop at nothing to fight for his cause. Behan is completely different, a simple minded man who, like Orfina, takes a different approach to the cause. He sees the war as a chance to further his career and in order to do that, he will do whatever it takes to make his cause succeed. He is a war addict, and when the time comes for him to fight, he will do whatever he can to win, no matter what the cost. The two of them are side by side, not one man, not two men, but three, and their story is a testimony of the way in which the war affects them and their society. One might call this the ultimate humanist documentary, because it depicts a war as a conflict between ideals and methods. The war, at least to the uninformed viewer, appears to be merely a political plot. To the viewers who are at least at an advanced stage in their understanding of war, this can seem like a brilliant idea. But to others, and especially to those with an open mind, this view of the war might be highly disappointing. Why is the film so bitter? Because it shows how the war affects people, how they are affected psychologically, how they are shaped by the experience of war. It also shows that people are not mindless animals who will go to war just for the sake of it. And if you want to know more, the film presents some amazing information about the horrors of war. You will find that, while the war is portrayed in a very negative way, the movies that were made during that time, especially on film, were also really nasty. But what is the point of being so negative? What is the point of looking at such negative aspects of human nature? How can we really know what makes us who we are? These are the questions that the film poses, and answers them. This documentary is certainly not for everyone. I am not sure that it is for everyone. The subject matter may not be for everyone, and the fact that the filmmakers have shown such an extreme and disturbing view of the war makes this documentary very hard to watch.

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There are some documentaries that you can't help but be hooked on, as though the subject matter is as important as the film itself. As a filmmaker, I have to say this is one of the most powerful and touching documentaries I've ever seen. It's extremely well-done, very well-done, and I think the director did an excellent job. It is almost like the director was one of the people on the ground, and the viewer was invited to share some of the feelings that went on for the people of that village. You can really feel the connection between the man in the film and the people that he was dealing with. As a filmmaker, I just love the way he captured the way the people were experiencing this terrible war, and also the way the filmmakers captured the tears of the men that were the heroes of the film. It was just incredible to see. I was so touched by the film, and it was one of the most powerful documentaries I've seen in my life. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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WOW! The most educational documentary I've ever seen. Told the story of how I came to believe the existence of God. I'm so glad I went to see it! It is not only about God, but the effect of that belief on people's lives. The people that believe in God have a very hard time when they have to see their family members die. I'm sure many people are praying for God to end this world, but he hasn't. The film is great!

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Brandon Wade

I didn't expect to watch a documentary like this. And yet I was captivated. The story is compelling and it is easy to follow. I loved the interviews with those who survived the war. Many of the stories are disturbing, but it is very touching to hear about the spirit of those who survived. I recommend this film to anyone interested in this event.

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Katherine Kennedy

This is a must watch. I saw it as part of a documentary screening at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival. I would not have turned away had I been given the chance. Not only was the film itself fascinating and engaging, it was a privilege to see the various facets of the story from the perspectives of the people who experienced it. As one viewer pointed out, "no one story is the same."

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As a WWII veteran, I have seen many, many movies. This is a movie I will never forget, because I knew it was true. The movie starts with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The survivors and their family members, and then some of the surviving families from Hawaii, they were the "Japanese Americans" until the Japanese invaded. It was just a matter of time before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. During the movie, we hear the stories of many of these Japanese Americans. We hear from the Japanese American WWII POW's, and from survivors of the Japanese attack. They were told that they were the "Japanese Americans", but when the Japanese invaded, they were just called "American", and when they were forced to evacuate, they were just called "Hawaiian". This movie is very sad and it is sad to hear about all of the bad things that the Japanese did to the Japanese American POW's. The Japanese Empire's war on the American People was very brutal and horrible. But the Japanese Empire did not want to hear about it, so they held all of the Japanese Americans, including women and children, and made them live in squalor. They made it so hard for the Japanese Americans to survive. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a WWII Veteran or was one, and it is very sad and shows the inhumanity of the Japanese Empire.

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Robert Vargas

I don't really know what to say about this movie. It seems to be about a bunch of (mostly) westerners making their way in a developing Asian country to support a son of a rich westerner. It's a bit of a disjointed story, and there are several points where I did not really buy the idea of all the westerners having fled because of the discovery of oil in the country. But that aside, it is a good documentary. It shows a lot of personal struggles that people in developing countries have. The presentation of many countries on the brink of corruption and death because of oil is really interesting and is a nice way to show the most ridiculous (and actually, probably true) stories about the oil. Also, it was a nice way to show how the people of the developing world are living in the era of oil. And, in fact, the stories are true and, at least on the surface, real.

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Shirley Woods

I liked it. My personal favorite was the one with General Patton talking about the division in Normandy. I have learned much about that battle and if you have not seen it you should. I had no knowledge of the battle. I watched the film to learn about that battle and what I learned is there are several different movies made about the battle. I am a Soldier myself and I liked this one because it showed what the movie was about. It showed us the battles we fought and the soldiers that fought them. I liked the personal interviews and videos. They were a little boring but it did show a little of the battle. Overall I think it is a good film to see and I recommend it.

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Jeremy D.

I had the opportunity to interview several different people about this film and to learn about the new and different ways that the Church has been dealing with these issues for the past 10 years. It's a film that should be viewed by every American in their church to learn more about the Church's history and it's efforts to help people in their lives. It's a documentary about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We see what the Church has done in the past 10 years to help people. We see the lives that have been changed by the Church. And we see how the Church has helped the people of the world. This film is one of the best documentaries that I have seen in a very long time. Every member of the Church should see this film and understand what the Church is about and how they can help others. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been very successful in helping people and we are going to continue to help more people. It's great to be able to see the work that the Church has done, the people that have helped, and how they have helped.

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*Spoiler* Well I didn't go to church or have an open mind on religion but I was able to look past some of the oddities in the religion. For example the taboo against sitting next to a woman at the desk. I guess this was taken from this scene in the film. Also the black and white vignette during the intermission. OK that was interesting but it didn't say much about what the people said. The movies was the first one I have seen where I felt like a hypocrite and was able to feel like I was from the company. The thing I didn't get was why the drug addicts wanted to go to the company's country retreats. My friends don't work in the company so I don't really know the company's culture. But what did I miss?

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Douglas E.

this documentary was truly moving and was in fact, the most intense documentary I've seen in the last ten years. all of the actors and crew have been interviewed and I truly felt the frustration and guilt in their faces. this is the story of how a handful of friends and family formed a small group to give aid to the African Americans in Louisiana and made them a cause. the veterans were truly grateful to the friends and family who were willing to go to war in order to help their fellow countrymen. the story of how they would journey to the camps and where they would end up is truly one of the most touching documentaries that I've ever seen. and finally the most important fact about this documentary was that these are not people who have a few tickets, they had a plan and a purpose and they did it and were able to make a difference and they are truly thankful to their friends and family who stood behind them and even gave up their time to help. a truly incredible documentary that I would recommend to anyone who has been touched by the human spirit. 10 out of 10

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The Unfiltered Oral History of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and His Movement is a powerful, compelling, and emotional piece of filmmaking. The story is compelling because the men and women who lived his life, the man he was, and the impact the movement had on the world are all on screen. And you can't help but feel for them. The film includes interviews with people who were with King and those who were not. I would definitely recommend this film for anyone who has not seen it. I would even say that the movie would be better if it was not being released this month because it is great for all people who want to understand what this man had to go through and how his movement could change the world. I think this film is a great way to learn more about King and his legacy. I feel the filmmakers have done a great job of bringing this story to life. It is a powerful story that should be told. As much as I like the idea of the documentary being made into a film, I believe it would be better if it was not. This is a story that should be told in the oral history format. For the first time, we get to see the interviews with the leaders of the movement, their side of the story, and the people who were involved in his life. The oral history format is the way to do this and it is the way to tell this story. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it, or to anyone who wants to know more about Martin Luther King, Jr. This is a great movie and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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I have been following the story of the Armenian genocide since it began in 1915, and I think of it with such sadness that I still want to remember it. I thought that the documentary was excellent, and it told the story in a very well-crafted way. However, I felt the need to add a caveat to my rating of the documentary: it's quite possible that I would have been outraged had it been available in English. I was not prepared for how truly awful this documentary is, so for those who want to see the documentary in English, see it here.

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This film is about the D-Day landings of Allied forces in Normandy on June 6, 1944. This film focuses on the leader of the Allied forces, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, who leads the Allied forces that land on Normandy. This film is a documentary of the lives of the soldiers and the battle scenes, with some very graphic and disturbing scenes of the war. This film also shows the work of the Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, with the filming of the landing of the first and second waves. There is also a lot of history of the movie industry, the censorship, the portrayal of the Germans, and the censorship that was put on the film. There are also interviews with other people that worked on the film, and you get to hear their opinion of the film. I personally enjoyed this film. It was well-made, and the scenes of the Normandy landings were very powerful and very graphic. I thought it was very informative. There are some really graphic scenes of the war. I thought it was a very good documentary. This film is worth seeing.

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Ryan W.

This movie is a huge step in the right direction for the United States. I highly recommend seeing this film. This movie is extremely well researched and I personally think that it is the most truthful depiction of what happened. It is also a sad, yet hopeful movie. I recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for an insight on what happened in Korea in the early 1950's. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves history or just wants to learn about what happened in the Korean War. It's great and it's really hard to watch this movie with your family or friends and you want to tell them how great it is and how it makes you feel.

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Patricia Cruz

I have been following the story of the 'Oklahoma City bombing' since my first visit to the local library and was surprised to see that a lot of the information I had gathered about the attack was incorrect. The real story was not that simple, as the military has not given a clear answer to the question of why they chose to target the theatre. I also found it strange that the bomb itself was not shown, as I had read that it was meant to be. The story of the bombing was really an interesting one, but the presentation of it was done very poorly. The documentary lacked the proper tone, which was much more convincing when the bombing took place. Overall, the presentation of the documentary was poor and the story was poorly told. I would not recommend this film to anyone, and I would say that it would not be worth watching in the theatre.

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Judith Mendoza

The documentary is about the history of the Holocaust, but much more than that. There are numerous people who were killed by the Nazis, and these people are represented by their parents, grandparents and other relatives. These people were killed in various ways, often deliberately, and in a variety of ways. The film shows how the Nazis killed these people, who were usually innocent, and often used as slave labor. The documentary includes footage from the famous "Gas Chamber" of Sobibor. The film includes accounts of survivors of the camps, including those who were held against their will. The film also includes eyewitness testimony, from all over the world, as well as photos and artworks. The film also includes footage from the Holocaust Museum in Berlin. The film is very informative, and it is very important to watch this film. It is certainly the best film that I have seen in my life. It is a must see. I highly recommend it.

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The movie opens with a memorable image of an American pilot named "Miles" having to land a plane in a rain storm. The plane is in the middle of the woods, so it's no wonder he has to save his precious fuel by going into the woods. We then meet a young girl named "Greta" (or "Lilah" as she is known to the world), who is also a U.S. Army helicopter pilot. As she is landing her plane, her father tells her that he has to go to Iraq to do some training for her. He has to go, but he needs to get his plane to Iraq. The trip, which is a five day trip, has several twists and turns, and one thing is certain: Greta will not have a normal childhood. She will be there for a very long time. "Believers" tells the story of a young girl, named Greta, who was sent to Iraq with her father to do training. While there, she was forced to live in a makeshift village. Her father says that he does not want to be there, but he cannot help her. When her father returns, he finds that Greta has been taken to a war zone. He does not want to go, but she does not want to go either. Greta wants to stay with her father, but she does not want to be with her father. Greta eventually has to go, and the war is over. "Believers" is a very interesting documentary about the war in Iraq, which is a very serious topic. It does a good job of showing the cruelty and the sadness of the war. It is very well done, and is worth watching. The documentary shows what it was like to be there, and the things that happened to Greta and her father. The story is told in a very human and realistic way, and it's very emotional. The viewer will be touched by the stories told by the three young people. Overall, "Believers" is a good movie. It is very well made and very well written. I recommend it to anyone who has a heart, and will be moved by it.

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Jean Cunningham

This film was probably one of the most controversial documentaries that I have ever seen. The subject is extreme and controversial and this movie is about how the Japanese were massacred. It takes many years to study the destruction of the community in these islands in the Pacific. The film was shot with a few films of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and a lot of high quality film stock. This film has an interesting perspective that other documentaries like "Shoah" or "Six Day War" have. The film is about three people who survived the island of Kiska and it is about their search for justice. The only problem is that their search is very dangerous. It was hard to survive the typhoons and they had to make a complete turn around. The whole movie is about how they were trying to survive and how they had to be strong to find justice. It is quite interesting that they took these lives because of the Japanese occupation. The documentary does show the film that is is based on and some of the research that is done. But the research seems to be a bit of a hoax. But the film is well made and it is very well made. The people who were on the island were very brave and for the most part it was all the Japanese who were on the island and it was all the Japanese who were killed. But there are a few people who have been murdered by the Japanese who have been forced to leave their loved ones behind. I think that the film is interesting and it is a very interesting story. It is not a documentary and I believe that that is what it was based on. I think that the documentary is very interesting but it does have some flaws. I would recommend it to the Japanese audience but it is definitely not a documentary that I would recommend for the general audience. It is certainly not a documentary that I would recommend to watch but it is a very interesting and very well made documentary.

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In the west, the subject of the Holocaust is a hot-button issue and often caused controversy with it's own controversy. For many, this is not an interesting subject. But, that is a shame, because the subject is so much more interesting than what the film makers made of it. And what they did with the subject was to create a documentary that not only delves into the history of the Holocaust but also explores the relationship between the Jews and Christians and the rise and fall of their respective faiths. The film features interviews with three main authors of the works that spawned the Holocaust. The names of the three writers are Arthur Koestler, Paul Rassinier and Joseph Henis. Each of the three also wrote the book The Thirteenth Tribe and has done extensive interviews with historians and religious figures. Each of the three discussed their views of the Holocaust in the context of their own religious faith. Koestler and Rassinier emphasized that the most important fact of the Holocaust is not the genocide but the relationship that people had with each other. Henis, who also contributed to The Thirteenth Tribe, strongly emphasized that the Jews were not victims of the Nazis. Instead, he stressed that the Nazis were victims of a people that were mistreated, exploited and discriminated against. The film actually devotes more than half the film to a history of the religion, Christianity, which had more influence on the Holocaust than the Jewish people. The film is actually divided into two segments. The first is a time-line of the Holocaust and the second is a conversation between Koestler, Henis and other academics and religious figures. The second part of the film is more of an interview with the three authors. Overall, this is a very good documentary. As one reviewer noted, "this film does a good job of focusing the audience's attention on a topic that is truly fascinating."

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Richard G.

I'm not a big fan of the war, but I'm not a big fan of the Vietnam War either. I've read a lot of books about the war, and while I can't say I have a lot of sympathy for the American soldiers who fought in Vietnam, I can certainly say that I was at least sympathetic to the Vietnamese. My sympathies are certainly not with the people of Laos. I have a different view of the Vietnamese than most people. I believe they are decent people, and while I don't agree with what they did in the war, I do sympathize with them. I can't say I agree with the Vietnamese people, but I can say I can sympathize with them. I was surprised to see how much I was able to get out of this film, and I hope it's one of those films that helps people to think about the war a little more. I'm not sure how well it'll be received by the general public, but I think it's a good film. It's a very good film.

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This is a very interesting documentary about the destruction of the World Trade Center by a plane. It is a bit hard to get into the story, and it is quite sad to see the men, women, and children who were destroyed by the plane that was flying into the WTC. The movie follows the life of a team of scientists who are trying to work out the details of what happened. They try to piece together the evidence and they try to put it together in the way that they think it happened. There are also a few people who are not on the team and who have no idea of what happened. The people who are not on the team are scientists who have been studying the WTC site for many years. The scientists do not know what happened on 9/11, they have no idea why the buildings were destroyed. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see what happened on 9/11, it is very interesting and it is sad.

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Frances J.

This documentary is about the "Battle of the Bulge," the largest American army invasion in history, in which over 300,000 American troops invaded Germany. The film focuses on the men who were sent to fight in the battle, and their families and how they suffered. It also looks at the families of the men who were killed in the battle, and how they dealt with the loss of their loved ones. The film is a moving portrayal of the sacrifice of the men who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. It is a powerful story about the bravery of the American troops, and the fear and grief that they felt as they fought in the greatest battle of the entire war. This is a very important film, and one that should be viewed by everyone.

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A good documentary that exposes the crimes of the Nazi's and their war crimes against the Jews. The film follows the lives of some of the men who were involved in the planning of the Holocaust. One of the men who was involved in planning the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann, was found guilty of war crimes and sentenced to death. The film is an excellent and well made documentary. The film is worth watching.

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Charles White

I was lucky enough to see this documentary last night. I was immediately drawn to it as a story about the trials and tribulations of one family. The movie is very well made and follows the family of the members of the group of Jehovah's Witnesses. This is a very powerful story of how the Witnesses have been persecuted for over a century. It's very interesting and it is a good story. I was very impressed by the way the film was done and how it was shot. The movie follows the family and the people they have been connected with for the last century. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the Witnesses. It's a very powerful story.

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The first part of the film is quite engaging. The second part is rather dull. I can't say I have much to say about this part. The movie is full of great cinematography and the music is very appropriate. But it's not enough to make the film entertaining. It's like a movie that would have been good if the director had chosen to have a little more action and a little more tension. It's an okay movie, but not a great movie. It's better than some of the documentaries that are out there. The director is a very interesting guy, so I recommend this movie.

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In a rare public appearance, President Lyndon B. Johnson, President from 1965 to 1969, gives a riveting and persuasive account of his efforts to end the Vietnam War in the early 1960s. This is a landmark interview, because it is not a history lecture or political statement, but rather a look at a time when the country was at a crossroads. LBJ, who at the time was in his mid-40s, explains his initial reluctance to support the war and how he came to support it, leading to a reevaluation of his own values and his foreign policy. Johnson has not always been a great listener, but in this interview he is clear and effective. He does not shy away from issues, but is not shy about the political stakes. Johnson tells the story of his family, his youth, and his years as a college professor. He also recounts his youth as a Cub Scout leader, his success as a politician, and his determination to end the war. Johnson also looks back at his presidency and is candid in his assessment of the results. The most fascinating parts of the interview are when Johnson is asked about the racial attitudes of his time. His answer is illuminating and refreshing. While he talks about the relationship between race and class, he never equivocates, saying that he was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. He knows that the civil rights movement had a profound effect on the nation, and he reflects on his own race relations during his first term. He gives the interviewer the impression that he never wanted the Civil Rights Act to pass. He believes that it was his responsibility as president to get it passed, and that he was responsible for its passage because he saw that the majority of Americans wanted it. The interviewer also asks Johnson about his relationships with Martin Luther King, Jr., when he was at the University of Chicago, and the struggles of the civil rights movement, and he says that they were never really close, though they were friends. He tells the interviewer that he was not a very good friend of King. He also tells the interviewer that King's contribution to the civil rights movement was one that he wanted to do more, but did not want to become too involved. He was also unimpressed by the Black Panther Party, saying that it was the sort of organization that he would not have supported. He tells the interviewer that he wanted to focus on the problems facing the country. He has said that he is not as much interested in issues of race as he is in the economic condition of the country. He is also a fan of the Beatles and says that he wanted to hear the music in the White House, which he never got to do. Johnson, who speaks with an impressive command of the English language, also offers the interviewer some commentary on the civil rights movement. In a sense, he is doing the interview himself. His directness is sometimes overwhelming. He does not have time to take a long break and talk to a lawyer. He also does not want to get bogged down in the details of the Civil Rights Act, and he makes sure that the interview is interesting. In the end, this is a very moving and important interview, one that should be listened to. While it is not a complete history, it is a fascinating look at a time when the country was changing, and it does not preach at you. I enjoyed this interview, and would recommend it to anyone interested in the era.

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Evelyn Gonzalez

I found this movie very interesting, and that is because it depicts a man in a historical time, that is "World War II." What the movie shows is what happened during the war. I enjoyed the narration. I also found it interesting that they did not put a lot of emphasis on what Hitler did or didn't do. I think this is what the movie was trying to show, how they did not focus on Hitler's time in power, or his crimes, or anything that is "historical." I would have liked to have seen a little more emphasis on what the Nazis did, as well as what the Allies did. They also showed the moral battle between the Allies and the Nazis, in a very entertaining way. I thought the director did a great job in showing the atrocities, and how many were committed during the war. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys history and watching a good movie.

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This documentary about the "Fuhrer's War" in WWII is a fascinating look at the human cost of the conflict, and the experiences of many of the individuals who lived through it. The documentary is also extremely well-made, with excellent performances from the entire cast. I was especially impressed by the performances of the two main characters, Major Dieter Lang and Dr. Franz Xaver Bormann. The former, a German doctor who was involved in the planning of the German plan to invade the Soviet Union, is very convincing in his testimony, and the latter, a Jew who was deported to the Soviet Union, is also very convincing in his testimony. Both actors are highly deserving of their Oscars. The film also features a few other people who were involved in the war, including the head of the German Navy, Lt. Colonel Karl Kautsky, and the Chief of the German High Command, Admiral Karl Schellenberg. The film is also very well-made, with some very effective close-ups of the faces of the people who were in the bunker, as well as the black-and-white footage of the execution of the captured Soviet officers. The film is also well-made in its use of music, which is a crucial aspect of the documentary. The music is very effective, and the music is used effectively throughout the film. Overall, the documentary is a very well-made film, and it is highly recommended.

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Tyler Lewis

This documentary is filled with powerful footage, images and the stories of the survivors who lived through the Holocaust. There are plenty of interviews, and it is very interesting to watch the inter-personal relationships that formed. One of the testimonies of the survivors was especially powerful, "To the Nazis, they were a family. We were family. They were family." And that was one of the themes of the film, that the memories of the past are what help us in the present. The documentary does not shy away from describing the atrocities of the Nazis, or from depicting the psychological consequences of the Holocaust. The film was clearly and without a doubt about the most important documentary I have ever seen. I highly recommend this film to everyone, and I encourage you to view it.

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An excellent film, I can't understand why this movie is not listed in the IMDb Top 250. I think it is a great historical documentary about the Holocaust and about the heroism of the men and women who were serving in the D.E.A. in the US. The fact that most of the movie was filmed in the US was one of the most incredible things about the movie. I think it is a very good movie. I can't understand why this movie is not listed in the IMDb Top 250. It is a must see movie. I would like to mention that this movie also aired on French TV, and the French language version is excellent. There is one thing I would like to mention. If you have never seen the film, you may miss something, or you may feel that you are not ready to be a Jew or a Nazi. I recommend this movie to all people, and also to people who have already seen it.

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This movie is absolutely the best I have seen. I am shocked that no one has given it a 10. The story is not about what happened at Pearl Harbor. It is about the unbelievable and tragic events that happened during the war and the American people's resistance to these events. It is amazing how people went to such great lengths to defend the country they loved and believed in. They had to defend themselves against people who did not deserve their hatred. This movie does a great job of showing the damage to the economy, the damage to the morale of the country and the destruction of the world's economy. The American people had to put up with unbelievable things like the Nazi's had to endure. If you like history, you will love this film. It will be on everyone's must-see list. It is my hope that more people will see it. The movie was great. Thank you to the cast and crew of this film. You have done a wonderful job of making this film a real event.

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Russell Bowman

I saw this movie at the Cinema on 18th March 2008 and I liked it a lot. The first two minutes were so haunting I cried. It is a great documentary and you will have a good laugh. It is also a great educational movie. It gives you a big picture of what happened to the German people in the end of the Second World War and how it was a war of extermination. It shows you the way that the German people were treated by the German people. The movie is also very important because it tells us that if we forget about the past, we will never be able to find the solution to the problems that we have and the solutions that are given to us. In this movie it shows us the reality of the things that happened during the war. It is an excellent movie and you will be very surprised.

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Albert J.

I was only a little more than a year old when the events of 9/11 took place. My mom and I went to see Pearl Harbor. The event was a little bit too personal for me to remember at the time. However, I was there for a couple of days. I remember sitting with my friends in the theater. We were all sitting in rows A-D. We had an enormous feeling of emotional involvement and pride. I remember seeing the little boys in the row behind us. They had tears in their eyes. It was truly an amazing thing to see. We were in awe of what happened. I believe we went to see the movie about four times in the theater. That feeling was captured in the movie. What makes Pearl Harbor special is the fact that all the friends I saw in the theater were those who were closest to the tragedy. They were the ones I grew up with. They were the ones who had been there. They were the ones who had lost their brothers and friends. I believe that was the reason why they were able to capture the emotional impact. What I also remember was that they were not content to watch the movies as an entertainment. They wanted to be a part of it. I know it was a difficult situation for them. I can honestly say that it was probably the most positive experience in my life. It was not only for the joy it gave them but also for the reality that they were in for. The movie was able to capture the story that I was involved in, the emotions, the sadness, and the pride. The movie also made me understand what I was seeing. It gave me the opportunity to view what the world was going through, what I had experienced, and how it affected everyone. I was able to feel the pain and the pride that was felt. The movie was able to capture that in a way that was able to make me understand the events that were happening around me and make me feel better about it. This movie was able to show the human side of the event. It was able to show what it was like to be a soldier, to be a parent, to be a wife. It was able to show what the other people in the movie felt, and what they thought. I have no doubt that this movie will be able to give people an opportunity to see what happened that day. I would say that it is a must see. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Elizabeth Myers

I don't know why this film was nominated for Best Documentary Feature. I think that people who think this is a great documentary are missing out on a lot. The film is divided into six sections, and each section is a great film. I particularly like the first two sections. I think this is an important and important documentary. It should have gotten more exposure. I think that this film should have been nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars. But, it was not. I think that the most important part of the film is the last section, the one about the history of the first settlers. I think that this is the best part of the film. I recommend it to everyone.

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Christopher Marshall

I was very skeptical about this documentary because I had been very skeptical about the war in Iraq. I had always thought that Iraq was the worst possible place to go for a war. But this documentary did a good job of explaining why this war was necessary. It also showed the good that came out of the war. It also showed that this war was the first war in American history to be won by a democratic government. But it also showed the bad that came out of the war. It showed that this war was not a war to save the world, but a war to make America stronger. It also showed that the war was not won because of Saddam Hussein, but because of the American people. The film was also very informative, as well as very emotional. I thought that it was very well done and it was a good film to see. I would recommend this documentary to everyone who wants to know more about the war in Iraq.

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It's amazing how much this documentary has changed my views of the war in Vietnam. I had always thought of the war in Vietnam as a purely American problem. I am now glad to see that most Americans, including many of my own friends, are now sympathetic to the plight of the Vietnamese and their people. The time and money spent in the process of planning, coordinating, and executing the war were greatly wasted, in my opinion. The veterans who were killed were a tragedy, but so were the lives of the soldiers who did not live to see the end of the war. I think the directors and writers did a great job of representing the other side of the story. The effects of the war are a tragedy for many, but I have no doubt that many of the soldiers who were killed in Vietnam would have liked to have been in Vietnam in the first place. The film portrays a generation of young men who fought the war for a cause that they were not prepared to fight for. I think that many of the young men in this film probably would have preferred to have been in the military to start with, and many of them would probably have preferred to have been fighting in Vietnam. However, they were not ready for the horror of war, and the great sacrifice they were forced to make. They sacrificed their lives to make a great sacrifice for the sake of a cause that they did not believe in. It is sad that they were not given the respect that they deserved.

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Amber R.

The most compelling aspects of this documentary are the interviews of individuals who have participated in the Vietnam War and who experienced similar atrocities. Interviews were done with such individuals as Charles Manson, A.I.B.H., and Martin Ritter. The documentary includes discussions of the manner in which the U.S. military employed the tactics of war, which in turn are called "The Vietnam War". I was particularly interested in this aspect of the film because I saw the film "The Thin Red Line" in which the U.S. military did similar tactics during the Vietnam War. In the film, the U.S. military uses the same tactics as were used during the Vietnam War. In addition, the military uses the same tactics as are used during the Civil War. In my opinion, it is important to know that the same tactics were used during the Vietnam War as were used during the Civil War. I believe that this documentary is an important documentary to see because it shows the brutality that was committed by both the U.S. military and by the Vietnamese. It also shows that the U.S. military was more brutal and more ruthless than the Vietnamese military.

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Kathryn Burton

I can't say that I am a fan of the First World War. I've only seen it once and that was in my childhood and I've always thought it was a terrible war, but that's only because of the horrible war films I've seen. But I saw "The Great War" and I realized that this is the war that I was missing. I'm a pacifist and I don't think that war is always bad. The movie shows the real horror of war and the terrible atrocities that were committed. The only reason that I can understand why this movie got such a low rating is because of the bad taste it has. The movie has a good message and it's nice to see a movie about the war that isn't only about the fighting. If you're a pacifist and you want to see a movie about the war, see "The Great War".

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Joyce Crawford

The Israeli soldiers, as well as the Palestinians, were often depicted as the good guys. There were many scenes where soldiers were seen as the hero, the poor victim. I found it disturbing and a bit of a "war-movie" at times. The story was very interesting, but the movie itself wasn't very well made. The way the soldiers spoke to each other and the way they talked about their problems was very interesting, but I don't think they really talked about them. There was no real point to this film, it was just a bunch of interviews of soldiers and a lot of pictures of Israeli soldiers. It didn't have much to say about the conflict, or the conflict in general. It was just a bunch of interviews, and I'm sure you'll find many more interesting and different interviews on Youtube.

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Matthew J.

I have been waiting for this documentary for a long time. It was a long time since I had a chance to see it. It was a very powerful and powerful film. I think that the only thing that I didn't like about it was the music. I didn't like the music that much. I think it was a very good documentary and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the Holocaust. I think that this film was very well done and I think that the film makers did a very good job.

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Jennifer R.

I have always been a strong supporter of the anti-war movement, and that makes me a bit biased in this movie. But the overall message of the movie is, in my opinion, a very important one. I have seen many war documentaries, and none of them have conveyed a message like this one. War is just another destructive force in human life. To be totally honest, I found the movie to be rather simplistic. It does not give much information about the motivations of the people, the political views of the people, or what motivates them. In fact, it seems that this is all a little too general. This is not a very well thought out film. And it is hard to tell if this is a deliberate strategy on the part of the director or if it is just a by-product of the director's inexperience. I think it is the latter. The director does not seem to be very knowledgeable about the history of the Middle East and it is not clear why the director was so adamant that the American involvement in Iraq was justified. This movie is very pro-American and does not fully tell its audience why the US is there in the first place. If it did, then it would have told more of a reason why the US is there, and it would have given a little more insight into why the US has intervened in the Middle East in the first place. If the director had been more knowledgeable about the reasons for the American involvement in Iraq, then the movie would have given a more complete picture of why it is a necessary evil to intervene in the Middle East. However, the director just gave a pretty general statement and did not provide enough detail. This is a minor issue, and the movie is still very good. The other main issue is that this is a movie made for a very small audience. I personally thought that the director was very close to the right audience. And that is because the director has never had an opportunity to educate himself about the history of the Middle East. It would be very difficult for him to get the facts correct. He probably would not be able to get the context correct either. Therefore, he is likely to get the general feeling of what the viewer feels. That is a pretty poor technique. There are many inaccuracies in this movie, but I will not comment on them. I will comment on the message it tries to send. It sends that message because the director is trying to convince the viewer that the US involvement in Iraq is not justifiable, but it is wrong. I do not think that it is true that this is a universal message. The director obviously knows that the viewer is not going to be able to get all of the facts. He is trying to get the viewer to feel as if the US involvement in Iraq is wrong, so he is going to try to convince the viewer that it is wrong. However, he fails. And that is not the case of many movies. I would give this movie a 7/10, but I would like to make it a 9/10. If the director had not given the message that the US intervention in Iraq is wrong, then the movie would have been a much better movie. This movie is not good, but it is still a good movie. I think the director did a good job in giving the message, but it was not good enough to convince me that the US intervention in Iraq is not justifiable. I think it would have been more effective if the director had given a more complete and well thought out message. I think the message was not very clear, and it is not clear to me that the message was well received. But it is not clear to me that the message was completely misunderstood. I think that the director is very close to the right audience, and the message was given the best way that he could. I think that this movie will be very popular, and that the director will probably make another movie with the same theme. I do not think that the director was good at the job, but I do think that the director is probably going to do better movies in the future. I hope he does. 7/10

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Christine C.

This film will be a surprise to many, as it is very controversial. I know a lot of people have either strongly opposed it or strongly defended it. But for me, this film was a very good attempt to tell the story of the victims of the holocaust. The film goes into the life of a Hungarian Jew who is working for a company that helps to rebuild the country after WWII. The director has made a good attempt to give the audience the facts of the holocaust without any moralizing or bashing the Nazi regime. The film is very well made and is very difficult to watch. The director uses long long shots that have very few cuts and the camera lingers on the faces of the people. The director goes into the heart of the people and shows how the people were treated, the persecution, the humiliation and the persecution. This film is really good and worth watching.

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The movie follows a group of American soldiers in Iraq and they all share a common story. They are all Marines, and they have seen the horrors of war. However, this war has left them with no respect for the people they are killing. They feel that their fellow countrymen are being treated worse than they are. As a result, they feel they are the only ones who care about the people they are killing. This movie is very compelling, and is a must see. It is a powerful film that shows the real horrors of war and the atrocities that occur in this war. The movie is about the events that took place in Fallujah, and the deaths of hundreds of civilians. The movie also focuses on the American soldiers who have come home, and how they are still dealing with the war. The movie is very powerful, and you will see the real horrors of war. I recommend this film to anyone who has ever been in a war.

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Katherine W.

As one of the world's largest producers and sellers of wood and wood products, it's a curious fact that the United States, like Europe, is not a good place for independent movie-makers and filmmakers. The producers and producers' committees of the Hollywood studios have an interest in keeping the movies as faithful as possible to the plot and to the story, without any deviation whatsoever. They may even go as far as to make sure that the scenes in which American soldiers are killed are really, for the most part, real. They are then rewarded with Oscar nominations and further lucrative careers in the business. When this film "As One" was released in the United States, it was quickly attacked by the 'think-tank' and 'think-tank' journalists, and the media outlets that they like to call 'independent'. In response, I became a member of the movie-making fraternity, and I attended the screening in New York City. In this film, I am pleased to say that it is much more the case that the producers and the movie-makers are independent filmmakers. The producers were mainly 'independent', but that is not to say that they were in any way 'unindependents' from any other group of filmmakers, or producers. They were only in the business of making movies, and they do not hesitate to talk about the hardships they went through in order to do this. In fact, I found that they were as courageous as any of the other independent filmmakers I have known. To be able to make a movie is one of the most difficult things any one can do. You have to take risks and make mistakes. I think this film was very well done, and I am very happy that it was shown in New York City, where the main audience would be. I have no doubt that the film will find its way to the theaters in other countries. But I do believe that in America, this film will not be the usual kind of commercial product that Hollywood has given us. It will be a 'good' film, and I am sure that it will not be accepted by the 'think-tank' and 'think-tank' media that are so in thrall to Hollywood. If that is the case, I hope that the film will be shown in more places than just New York City. 7/10

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Gregory Powell

I have seen this film a few times and I have to say it is a very good film. It is not for the squeamish, but if you can stomach a little bit of blood and gore, this is a great film to watch. I am a Christian and I have been reading about the atrocities of the Nazi regime and it is very interesting. There is a lot of historical facts that are not easily available to the public, so the film maker has to make up some of the history, which is a difficult task. The film is very well made, the music is very well done, and the actors are very good. This is a very well done film that is very well worth watching. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the atrocities of the Nazis.

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The events of the early 20th century in Nazi Germany are explored by the filmmakers, and their interpretation of these events is fascinating and unexpected. Much of the focus is on Werner and his relationship with his family, but the focus is also on his response to the atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis, and his long lasting impact on his community. There are several moments of comedy in the film, as Werner reflects on how much he still cares about his community. One of the many highlight scenes is when Werner goes on an adventure and encounters the local farmers. The subplots of Werner's experience in the countryside are very interesting, and the film is very interesting in its own right. It is also interesting to see how a Nazi documentary has become an important cultural document, both in Germany and around the world.

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Rebecca Holmes

The last few months have been dominated by the event of the Iraq War. This film is a critical look at the impact the war has had on the United States and the countries in which it has been fought. The film focuses on three Americans - a colonel, a general and a congresswoman - who have been fighting the war. They speak about the war in an emotional way, but they also speak of their personal feelings towards it. One of the more interesting subjects of the film is that of their families, particularly their wives. The film is a great personal account of the three men's wives and their feelings towards their husbands and their careers. The film does an excellent job of showing their different ways of life, both in the United States and abroad. The film is clearly very moving and important to show the emotional connection the three men's wives have with their husbands. The film is an excellent documentary about a very important and emotionally charged subject. It is also very informative, with many good interviews and a very interesting timeline of events. The film is a good introduction to the war and the war in general, and is definitely a must see.

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Joseph W.

This documentary about the WW2 concentration camps is very well done and contains a lot of good information about the camps. It is quite depressing at times, but the documentary makes you feel sorry for the people that were in the camps. It is a very difficult subject to deal with, and the film is quite informative. The film is not overly violent and the movie does not glorify the Nazi regime. The film is very disturbing and the tone of the film is very somber. It is not a film for the faint of heart, but it is a very important film that should be seen.

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Lawrence Martinez

I went to the premiere of this movie at the Austin Film Festival. I had heard about it and it sounded interesting. I am a huge fan of director Richard Linklater. His earlier films (e.g., Waking Life) were thought provoking and highly entertaining. But I have never seen anything like Boyhood. This film is not for the faint of heart. There are many scenes that are difficult to watch. The film makers do a great job of breaking down the script and showing the real-life life of the characters. This is a great film and I am glad to have seen it. I also have a feeling that it will be a huge hit. I will be seeing it again at the theater. The movie is also nominated for Best Picture. I hope it wins. The film makers are very thoughtful and have done a wonderful job of showing the life of the family and their journey. I highly recommend this film. It is very important that people see this film.

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Jessica R.

This is a very powerful film that makes you think about what we are doing to our planet. The film is well worth watching. It is not a documentary and does not attempt to explain anything. It simply shows the extent to which people are willing to sacrifice themselves for their beliefs. I was moved to tears several times during the film. It is an amazing film and is well worth watching. It is worth noting that this film was funded by a group of people who believe that the planet is in dire need of saving. They believe that we are destroying the planet and that our planet has been destroyed. This film shows that these beliefs are very dangerous and that we are destroying the planet. The people who funded this film believe that the world is in danger of being destroyed. If you are one of those people, this film is a must watch.

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The movie was not at all boring. The only reason that I did not give it an 8, is because of the fact that it did not have a good, but well done music score. It was also quite slow. There were also some parts where I was just waiting for the movie to end. However, the fact that it was based on a true story made it a good movie. I think that it was a great movie for those who are interested in the war in Iraq. It was a good movie that you could watch over and over again.

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As an American living in the UK, I have seen the "war on terror" rhetoric a lot, and so I was interested in this documentary. However, I was surprised to see the movie in its entirety, not just as an overview of the film, but as a "what if" film. This film was a bit too long, and I felt the story was a bit too "closed". However, I am glad I watched it, and that I was able to learn about the issue in a non-biased manner. I would highly recommend this film, as it is definitely worth your time. I am a bit biased, but that doesn't mean that I was not able to understand what the filmmakers were trying to say. Also, it was nice to see a few British voices, especially the American ones. Overall, I would recommend this film, as it is an important film, and it is definitely worth your time. I would definitely recommend it.