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The Cold Blue

The Cold Blue is a movie starring V.G. Alexander, Paul Haedike, and Mort Kimmel. A tribute to one of the world's great filmmakers and the men of the 8th Air Force who flew mission after suicidal mission in the Second World War.

Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, War
Director
Erik Nelson
Writer
Erik Nelson
Actors
Mort Kimmel, V.G. Alexander, Paul Haedike, William Toombs
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 1943, director William Wyler crafted 'Memphis Belle,' a tribute to the titular WWII bomber. Using footage from the National Archives shot by Wyler and his team, director Erik Nelson has created a new film, featuring narration from some of the last surviving B-17 pilots.

Comments about documentary «The Cold Blue» (15)

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Kathleen Rivera

This documentary is about the famous "Spuds and the Cold War" - a book written by George Kennan and the CIA's proposal for a "new Cold War" that would be based on the KGB's proposal to use "spuds" - a Soviet "peace-keeping" force. The book is very interesting and the documentary is entertaining, although it is not 100% clear on the reality of the book. For example, the book mentions that the CIA planned to establish a joint task force with the KGB to help in the "protection of Soviet citizens", but in the documentary the task force was completely abolished. Also, the book mentions that the CIA and KGB agreed to use the "spuds" to help in the "peace-keeping" in the USSR. The documentary does not mention any of this, but this could be a mistake. The documentary does not explain why the KGB and CIA agreed to use the "spuds".

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Rachel Garrett

I watched this film last night, and really didn't have high expectations for it. I'm a pretty low budget independent film-maker, and I thought it would be interesting to see what I could do with a low budget. And I was pleasantly surprised. It was more or less a documentary style film, but it was also pretty intense and well done. It was very intense and suspenseful. It's not a movie I would watch again, but it was very well done and I think it is a movie that would be more interesting to watch if you can't see the difference between documentary style and Hollywood style. It's interesting how they use the music, and also how they mix the music with the scenes. I'm not really sure how to sum up the movie, but I think it was a good movie. It was a good way to get a quick look at what it's like to make a film. I'm not sure if I would buy it, but I can't wait to see it again. It was worth watching.

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Gerald

I don't know why this movie was so terrible. I don't know what kind of director and writer was involved in it, but it's so bad, it's not funny at all. I mean, there is a lot of action, but you can't even understand what's happening. I mean, the people in the movie are so stupid, they just get shot or just run away. If you don't understand that, don't watch this movie. It's very boring and very, very stupid.

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Sarah Nguyen

As a historian of the Vietnam War, I was particularly interested in the movie because of the use of "Vietnam" in the title. I thought the title was appropriate since the war was never officially declared in Vietnam. The movie was very well done, and I enjoyed the interviews. I thought the movie's portrayal of the "psychological warfare" tactics used by the North Vietnamese was accurate, and I thought the film was well made. It's worth watching. I don't know if it will be a popular movie in the United States, but I think it will be a hit in Vietnam.

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Jack

The Cold Blue is a documentary about the Cambodian conflict between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese People's Army. The film is almost entirely in English. The film covers a lot of ground, covering everything from the history of the Khmer Rouge, to the causes of the conflict, to the eventual end of the Khmer Rouge. The film also covers the past of the Cambodian war, and the relationship between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese. The documentary ends with an interview with the director and actor who played the role of Chan Sam, and a discussion of how the film was made. Overall, the film is well worth seeing, but it may be a bit difficult to follow for some people.

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Craig Santos

I was fortunate enough to catch this on the PBS show, "Frontline", and I was captivated by it. The amount of footage was impressive. It was just what I expected, and not what I was expecting. It really was a fascinating look into the psychological aspects of the war. It was just like watching a documentary. It was just the right amount of weight to it. I'm sure there are some people who are offended by it. It's not for everyone, but if you are a person who is interested in this subject, it is definitely worth watching.

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Scott

It's not often that a film is made in the same day as one of the biggest tragedies in the history of our planet, but this film is that film. I was interested to see the story of the sinking of the Lusitania, and to learn about the Nazi's involvement in it. The movie is based on a true story and is about the Lusitania's sinking, but does not focus on the Nazis, it focuses on the passengers of the Lusitania. In the film you hear about the many, many things that happened on the Lusitania, and you hear about the passengers of the Lusitania, which I believe is a key part of the film. If you want to know more about the sinking of the Lusitania, then you will not be disappointed. If you are interested in the story of the Lusitania, then you will not be disappointed. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of the Lusitania, or if you are interested in the Lusitania sinking, then you should see this film.

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Roy Crawford

This is a well-written documentary about the extraordinary job that the Canadian military did in the field during the Gulf War. It focuses on the Canadian Forces, and the people that fought in it. The war itself was very different than the one that was being portrayed in the film. I found the film to be informative and well-made. It's interesting to see what the Canadian forces had to go through, and what they had to do to make their way through the war. There was a lot of teamwork in the war. I think that the Canadian Forces did a good job in the field. There were times that the Canadian soldiers weren't able to get out of the trenches to help out their comrades. It was also very important to make sure that the Canadian troops were able to get supplies and ammunition, and to get back to the front line. The Canadian soldiers were well-trained, and I think that they did a good job in the field. I think that the documentary was very informative. It really gave me a good understanding of the situation in Iraq. I would recommend this film to people who are interested in the war in Iraq. I think that it was very well-done, and it was informative.

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Jennifer Jensen

It's a little weird that the Germans and the Soviets are still trying to kill each other in the middle of the 20th century, and the US is now the great power of the world. It's a little sad that the Soviets are still fighting the Germans, even though they lost a lot of their territory in the war. But this movie is not about the war, it's about the war and how the Americans and the Germans got their way in the war. It's a good movie and I recommend it to people who have never heard about the war or not too much about it. The DVD is excellent and is better than the TV version. I also liked the interview with the two presidents, it was very interesting. It's not a movie that will make you feel good, but if you have to watch it, it's a good movie.

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Jacob G.

This movie is a must-see for those who wish to see the real story of what happened during the Russian invasion of Afghanistan. It is a very important historical event and one that has never been told in the US media. The film is very well done and it is worth seeing, if you can find it. My rating is a 7 out of 10.

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William W.

I'm not sure why this film has gotten such a low rating here on IMDb. I think it's because a lot of people just don't like war films. They are very much a part of the movie-going experience, and it's very easy to get into them, and the first 20 minutes or so of the film can be a bit confusing. I agree with the previous comment about the beginning, but once the film got going, I was really hooked and didn't want it to end. The first half of the film was a little slow, but it really picks up at the end. It's very difficult to put a number on it, but I would say it's about an hour and a half, but I'm sure there are people out there who would give it over an hour. It's definitely not for everyone, but I think it's well worth seeing. It's a very realistic portrayal of what it's like to be in the middle of a war, and the way the characters are portrayed is very convincing. I think the film would be great for people who are not into war films. I can see how the film would be viewed as just another war movie, but I think it's much more than that. I really liked this film, and I would definitely recommend it to people who are interested in war movies. If you're a fan of war films, I think you should see this film.

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Willie

The Cold Blue is a documentary about the World War II bombing of Dresden, Germany. The film focuses on a small group of people who were involved in the bombing. The group includes Freda (Catherine Deneuve), Hans (Michael Nyqvist), and Uwe (Petr Zwicker) from Dresden. The film also includes footage of Dresden from the perspective of a Dresden artist, and of the aftermath from the perspective of the American Air Force. It is a difficult film to watch because of its bleak subject matter, but it is well worth seeing because of the people involved. It is a very honest film that highlights the suffering of the victims of the bombing. It is a very sad film, but one that is worth seeing.

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Julie Garza

This is a documentary about the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the subsequent two years of the Cuban Missile Crisis. It was made in 2003 and is currently available for free on YouTube. It has a very good style and is very well produced. It was shot in Cuba, as well as in the US, and the cinematography is excellent. It's interesting to note that the film was shot on the same day as the US-Cuba talks were set to begin. There are also a lot of historical clips from the film. The film is very well produced, and does an excellent job of conveying the message that the Cuban Missile Crisis brought to the world. It's very good, and is worth watching.

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Nicole

While there are some strong points, this movie falls flat on its face. It's just too slow, too slow, and very boring. I was waiting for the movie to pick up in the last 10 minutes, but it never did. The story was just not compelling enough, and it just seemed like there was not enough substance in the movie. The only saving grace is the movie was pretty entertaining, but nothing more.

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Christine

As the conflict between the Germans and the Soviets rages on, a group of young British officers are sent to a neutral country in order to take charge of the local village. The assignment is to secure the village's neutrality and prevent the Germans from being able to use it as a base for attacks against the USSR. The soldiers are the stereotypical tough, macho types. Their mission is to serve the villagers, keep them from becoming a threat to the Russians and to prevent the village from becoming a "sleeper" to be attacked by the Germans. The only people who seem to enjoy the mission are the men who are assigned to lead it. These are the people who, if they had just been told to do their job, would have just gone about their business. The men are all more or less despicable, and that is the point. In the film, there are many beautiful shots of the countryside and of the villages they visit. The film was filmed in and around the village of Horsens, and the people are all friendly and welcoming. There is no aggression, no fear, no tension. All the men are in their element and enjoy their time in the village. It is an excellent film, well done, well told, and very well made.