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They Shall Not Grow Old

Through ground breaking computer restoration technology, filmmaker Peter Jackson's team creates a moving real-to-life depiction of the WWI, as never seen before in restored, vivid colorizing & retiming of the film frames, in order to honor those who fought and more accurately depict this historical moment in world history.

Other Titles
Yaslanmayacaklar, I młodzi pozostaną, Pour les soldats tombés, Eles Não Envelhecerão, Ta Men Yi Bu Zai Bian Lao, They Shall Not Grow Old - Per sempre giovani, Jamás llegarán a viejos, 他們不再老去, Ellos no envejecerán, Akik már nem öregszenek meg
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, History, War
Director
Peter Jackson
Writer
Esat Ozcan
Country
UK, New Zealand
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «They Shall Not Grow Old» (11)

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Walter

I saw this movie about a month ago, and I was quite impressed. It was quite long, but the story was very well put together and the production was very professional. The documentary style of the movie was very nice, and it really did portray a picture of what life was like in the trenches of WWI. The actors, such as Anthony Hopkins, Matthew Lillard, and Michael Gambon, were very well chosen, and each one of them gave an excellent performance. The film makers did a good job of showing the good and the bad of the war, and what it was like to be a soldier in WWI. The film makers did a very good job of showing the whole war, and what happened during the last few days of the war, and what happened to the British troops at the end of the war. It was a very good film, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the war, and the atrocities that were committed. I would rate this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Cynthia C.

This is a very well done documentary about the collaboration between the artists at the Berlin Wall. As the documentary begins it describes the artists who were invited to work on the wall and their connections to the wall. However, the music is mixed with actual footage of the wall in the artist's countries. One of the artists talks about how the artists were asked to perform songs that would be censored in their countries. He also talks about the artists who didn't want to perform because they felt the censorship made them look weak and vulnerable. The documentary ends with the artist who was one of the artists who was able to escape the wall. The artist talked about his experience on the wall and how he was able to see and learn from the artists who were once there. I personally found the documentary to be a very powerful and eye opening piece.

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Diane Douglas

The film's title should have been "The Last Days of Jesus." In the film, Jesus is described as suffering from epilepsy and as having a weak heart. While it is clear that he is weak and sick, it is still not made clear why. We learn that the war between the Romans and the Jewish tribe of Judah had nothing to do with Jesus' death, and that the Romans were more interested in plundering and raping the Galilee and Judea. After Jesus' death, the Jews began to rise up against the Romans. But how did the Romans know about the events that were occurring? The film never explained that part of the story. The movie does have a purpose, however. This is why we watch documentaries and read books about history and stories. We watch them for the purpose of understanding and expressing our own personal feelings about the story. The documentary provides a clear, unifying story for people to share. We can see and hear why some people feel it is important to see this film. We can see why people have a love for Jesus and how this story is important to us. We can also see how some people have a hatred of this story and want to stop it. This is not a film about the Holocaust. The Holocaust did happen. The point of the Holocaust was not to kill the Jews. The point of the Holocaust was to kill all Jews. As I watched the film, I could not help but feel that this film was saying something about the way we feel about the Holocaust. The film, and the people that make it, have made me think and learn. I am glad I watched it and I am glad I learned something.

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Julie T.

Filmmaker and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin offers a superb and moving history of the Jewish refugees in the small town of Shearith Israel, in southern Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War, in the 1950s and 1960s. In order to survive, the refugee children needed to remain in the town and learn Arabic language. Although the Israeli Army does not allow civilians to go to war, the children need to be taught the language. The children learn about the Syrian Civil War in 1982, in which Israel lost its hope in the independence of Syria and began fighting in the Lebanese Civil War. This film is a fascinating look at the life of the refugees. It is a moving film that weaves together a number of historical events that were important in shaping the refugee experience, and explains how a whole community has emerged around this event. This film is a must-see for all people interested in the human story of refugees.

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Rachel Walsh

I am a major fan of the book. The movie was just as good as the book. The only thing that was a little different was the music. I think it was a good move for them to use the songs from the book. The movie was very good. I was very impressed with the way the movie was put together. It was very well put together and the film makers did a great job. I liked the movie very much. I think that the movie was good. I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves a good movie. I give it a 9/10. I think it was a great movie. I would say that this is a good movie to watch.

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Johnny Bell

It is nice to see a documentary that reveals what the people who fought in World War II really thought about the war. I was surprised that the war didn't stop them from talking about the war. The documentary does a good job of showing the German propaganda at the time, and shows the very beginning of the war in which the Allies gave the Germans the tools to invade Poland. There is a lot of funny and sad footage of the soldiers talking about their experiences. I was surprised to see the one soldier who says that the war was very painful. I also found out that the best way to experience war is to be in the front line, and not to know anything about it.

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Joseph S.

The film follows the historic journey of the SS Sturmabteilung at the beginning of World War II. The film follows the actual SS Sturmabteilung from their formation through their training and their ultimate formation into a fully functioning unit, which is called "SS-Bauernfuhrer-Abteilung". The group was formed in East Prussia by the newly appointed SS-Fuhrer (SS-Untersturmfuhrer) Heinrich Himmler, as well as many other SS commanders, and recruits from their ranks. The group was led by SS-Fuhrer Heinrich Himmler, who had the responsibility of recruiting new members. The Sturmabteilung, known as the SA, the 'Sonderjager' (Jagers) were specialised fighters, who were selected from amongst the SS and officers. They were given orders by their Fuhrer, and were given a strict moral code and the strength and discipline to make sure that they were ready for battle, and to stay true to their Fuhrer, the SS-Untersturmfuhrer. When the men were ready to move into battle, they would enter the circle, to fight on their own, and they would be fully trained and equipped with weapons. However, as the world was changing, the men began to realise that it was the way of the future. The men of the SS-Bauernfuhrer-Abteilung (SS-Abteilung) had to change. One of the leading SS-Abteilung was Adolf Eichmann, who was responsible for the Jews in the concentration camps. He became a liaison between the German military and the Jews, and they were sent to concentration camps. In the camp, the men were trained in the tactics and tactics of warfare. The men would also undergo physical and mental training, as well as serving as bodyguards. The training was run by Dr. Gustav Bauer, the commander of the SS-Abteilung. The men were trained to fight in the strictest way, and were not allowed to ever leave their circle. However, the men had a lot of freedom. Some men would get together and do anything that was necessary for the success of the group. Others, like Heinrich Himmler and Karl August, would have meetings and discuss about the war. This was to prepare them for battle, to ensure that they were ready for battle. The SS-Abteilung were never seen in battle, but rather training and preparing them for the horrors of war, and preparing them to fight. The men did not train the SS-Abteilung to fight in combat, but to train them in the tactics and tactics of warfare. The battle was something that the men of the SS-Abteilung were fully trained for. They were also taught to love and to fight for their country, and they believed that they would be honourable soldiers. They would take prisoners of war and train them, and so would their SS-Abteilung, who would kill any of the prisoners who would not do what the SS-Abteilung asked. In the film, you see the Germans in the battle, and the German people in the film. This film is not only about the war, but the people that fought in it, and the people that were killed in it. It is important to see the film, as it is not a propaganda film. It is a realistic look at the SS, and the way that they were formed. As a historical film, it is not a period film, but a contemporary film. It is about the tactics that were used by the SS-Abteilung and the tactics that the men of the SS-Abteilung would use during

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Joe Turner

As someone who has been to many war museums and seen a few documentaries on the subject of war, I am somewhat biased. I felt I was fortunate to see a film that captured the full impact of war and the damage it causes to those who go through it. I am a pretty objective observer of war and I found that this film was as unbiased as it was for me. There were some parts of the film that were shocking in their nature, but I felt the story was well balanced and balanced by a few good points. My main issue was with the fact that the German narrative was not fully explored. Although the Nuremberg Trials were a great start, they were incomplete. It was a shame that we did not learn the full story of how the Japanese leaders were involved in the decision to attack Pearl Harbor. I think this was a good film and I recommend it to anyone interested in the subject of war.

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Elizabeth R.

At last, a film about the Nazi-prisoners in World War II that is more than a touchy-feely portrait of one of the darkest periods of our history. Director's Arthur Max and Jonathan Nossiter explore the stories of two of the prisoners, including the women, and the facts surrounding their incarceration. It's a moving and informative story. Max's film is shot with remarkable artistic flair, but it's the viewer's job to understand the prison and its inhabitants. Nossiter is superb in the director's chair, capturing the humanity of the people in the film and their pain. He uses dark and brutal scenes with subtle humor, which is what I love about this film. I didn't want to watch this film. I know that it's difficult to view a film about the prisoners from the inside. There are several great scenes, including the last. It's like a movie about the Holocaust that just happens to be about the Holocaust. The story of the two women, Carmen (who was not Jewish) and Paula (who was) has strong personal significance for me. Their stories are very moving. They have strong personalities, strong ideas and strong feelings. They also have faith. Their faith is evident in their behavior and in their faith. They wanted to fight the Nazi guards for their freedom, and they even tried to escape. Many people who were in the camps felt that these women were heroes, and they supported them. As they were taking over the camp, the women in the camp were asking to be led. They were scared, and they had a hard time to find the food they needed. The women were fed like animals, and they were a mess. I'm not sure if they were drunk or what, but they were hungry. One woman, who was not Jewish, was a victim of a Nazi rule. She had to bring her children to the camp for her own survival. This woman was held captive for five years in a small, confined area. The girls in the camp were stripped of their clothes and they were forced to undress. In their underwear, they were raped. The women were also abused by the guards. One woman was beaten with a cane. The women were beaten and forced to eat bread in order to get sugar for their wounds. The guards were sadistic, and the women were used for punishment. One woman had to see her teeth pulled out in front of her eyes. She was told to put the tooth in the soup. The women were so scared, they were forced to hide the tooth. Their neighbors wanted to bring them food, but they were treated badly. The women were beaten up, and they were threatened to be taken to the gas chamber. The women had to eat their own vomit. The women were called "Germans," and they were not allowed to speak with any German. They were the new slaves, and they were like animals. One woman, who was not Jewish, was held captive for five years in a small, confined area. The women were held to the wall, and they had to drink the blood of their prisoners. The women were hungry and thirsty, and the guards were feeding them. In the end, the women were freed, and the women took over the camp and began their own life. It's a story that tells of the worst of times, but also the best of times. They were the heroes, and they are remembered. There are some scenes that were very disturbing. The film is dark, but it is also very humorous. Max is a fantastic filmmaker, and this film is a testimony of his work. He also knows his subject matter. The acting is outstanding. Edward Fox is very good in the film. He is one of my favorite actors. He has a good sense of humor. He was great in The Shaggy Dog. He is great in this film

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Kathleen

The movie is a documentary, but is more like a documentary of the First World War. There are interviews with people who knew Hitler, people who knew the Kaiser, people who knew the allies. It's an interesting documentary, but not one that I would want to see again. I'm sure that there are people who would like it. However, if you are not a person who has an interest in the history of the First World War, or is easily offended by depictions of human cruelty, then you probably won't like this movie.

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Maria O.

The second half of this movie, I have to say, was extremely powerful and deeply moving. I have been thinking about this movie since I first saw it, and I can't help but cry every time I see it. I am grateful for the movie. I hope to see more of this movie. Thank you so much for this wonderful movie. I hope everyone can see this movie and find strength and courage to be true to themselves. You can be different, and be brave. You can be yourself, and make your own life and change your own destiny. Thank you for the movie. I am so grateful to have seen this movie, and I will be watching it again and again.