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Les quatre soeurs

Les quatre soeurs is a TV series starring Claude Lanzmann, Paula Biren, and Ruth Elias. Four interviews done in the 1970s with women who survived the Holocaust.

Other Titles
Shoah: Four Sisters, The Four Sisters, Vier Schwestern
Running Time
4 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary
Actors
Claude Lanzmann, Paula Biren, Ada Lichtman, Ruth Elias
Country
France
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

Four interviews done in the 1970s with women who survived the Holocaust.

Comments about history «Les quatre soeurs» (20)

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Virginia P.

I loved this movie. For the first time, I was able to relate to the characters and their problems. It was not just about them. It was about how they were trying to make the most of the situation. I really hope this movie gets picked up and shown more often. I really liked it. I also learned that there are many things I don't know about many of the people in my life, and there are many things I am unaware of. I hope that my story can be shared. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in learning more about myself and others. It was very emotional, and I would highly recommend it.

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Brittany Gonzales

This film follows the lives of four people in a small town in France. They are all different in their attitudes towards life, and in their relationships to each other. The films follows their personal relationships with one another and the townspeople around them. It's a very interesting and dramatic film. There are a lot of interesting and dramatic scenes and the entire film is worth watching.

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Patricia

I have seen this documentary several times and it has really changed my perspective on this kind of work. If I could watch this documentary again I would. It's very interesting and thought-provoking and I'm not sure how it has never been shown in the US before. I think the director did a great job in giving us a sense of the lifestyle of this family, their daily rituals, and how they both support each other. The documentary does a good job of showing the other side of what the government would rather keep out of view. I think this documentary will make a big impact on people who do not know or understand the complexities of these issues. It is very interesting to watch and I recommend it highly.

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Ann

A real piece of work. If you like to learn about the human condition then this is definitely for you. If you want to see the world from a different perspective and become a part of a different culture then you will definitely be interested in this film. It is a must watch for anyone interested in film. And it is a MUST SEE for anyone interested in human history and the world we live in.

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Tammy

As a former French Foreign Service Officer, I found the movie very interesting, although it is not historically accurate. The "first American diplomat" at Paris, Leo Gerard, is shown as a man of the highest integrity, who risked his career for the cause of human rights. Unfortunately, his story is not told in this way, and it is interesting to see how he came to be recruited to the Foreign Service in France. As Leo Gerard was actually very humble, he was also a very kind man, who never held back in his dealings with the press and with those who were in opposition to the US. After Leo Gerard's retirement from the Foreign Service in 1979, he moved to France and became a professor at the Paris School of Economics. The only thing that he left behind him was a deep love of France and its people. He died in Paris on October 22, 2003. During the last 10 years, Leo Gerard was interviewed and interviewed a few times, and he was invited to participate in a documentary called "Le Souverain pour la Lutte" by the French National Radio. He later was interviewed again by the French National Broadcasting Company on March 8, 2006. These two interviews are really very interesting. The first one was a documentary on October 22, 2003, and the second one on March 8, 2006. It is not a very long interview, but it does have a very interesting story. It was filmed in 2004, and it was only the second time Leo Gerard was interviewed in France. It was really nice to see the man as he was in 2004, but in 2004 I really learned a lot about him. At first, he was very polite and reserved, but as the interview progressed, his personality changed. He began to talk about his life and his time in the Foreign Service, and I really liked that aspect of the interview. It was really interesting to see how Leo Gerard grew and changed over the years. I think Leo Gerard's life story is very interesting and worthy of the documentary. This is a must-see documentary for all people who care about the world's most important countries.

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Catherine Russell

This film gives an honest look at life in a remote village in Namibia where a group of well-to-do white people have isolated themselves from the rest of the world, leaving their children to fend for themselves. They have built a sophisticated but restrictive lifestyle which takes a toll on the children's health, sanity, and eventually their own. While the story is more or less conventional, the way it is told is quite unique. There are no normal narrators, and instead we are shown the many voices of the people involved in the filming. The people involved are seen to be normal people, not crazy, but different from normal. The people involved are different from each other, and this means that they are not normal people. In fact, they are not people at all, but rather the very essence of a unique culture that has changed them forever. The most striking aspect of this film is the way it shows the difficulty and stress involved in living the white man's way. The documentary contains clips from news and radio broadcasts which show how the white man's way of life is the antithesis of the traditional ways of life that are practiced in the village. This is an insight into how the white man's way of life is actually a dangerous way of life. The footage is quite sobering, but this is not meant to be the focus of the film. The audience is asked to watch as these people, in their own way, face their own problems and be able to empathize with them. This film is an honest look into the life of a small, isolated community, and the people who live there. I think it is very important that people see this film, and that people see it as an honest look into a culture, and not as a documentary. I think it is very important that people get an idea of how normal the people who live in the village are, and that they are not shown as crazy or crazy people. We are not shown as the crazy people, but as normal people. The people involved in this film are not crazy, but normal people.

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Teresa Sandoval

This documentary is a welcome addition to the world of documentaries. A must see for all those that enjoy this form of entertainment. It can be summed up in one word "Love". It is a very moving experience and I will be watching it again.

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Linda Hunt

If you like to travel in time, you'll love this film. It is basically a documentary of a famous French explorer's journey across the Sahara. We watch his observations of his environment and his encounters with the local people. We see him go through the same kind of situations that all explorers face on their journeys - through conflict with local tribes, with warring tribes, and of course with nature. There is also a lot of natural history information about the Sahara, as well as how the desert is changing. There is also a lot of information about human behaviour in the Sahara. Most of the people that he met were kind and helpful, but there was also one that was a bit of a maniac. The thing that most people miss is the fact that the people in the desert are simply not human. They're not alive. They are animals. The desert is not a place where you can live or live in the comfort of a place like an office. It is a place where you can die and be killed, and die and be killed again. This is something that humans are not capable of dealing with. The way that people try to kill each other on the desert is truly sad. What is more, when you look at the people that survive and live in the desert, they are usually the ones that live in their home, where they feel the most safe. They're usually the ones that are able to work. They're the ones that are the most productive. There are a few survivors that are just like the animals that they live in. One survivor tells the director that when he is hungry, he goes to the nearest animal for food. They take turns giving him food. When he is tired, they go to sleep. They are just like animals. That's the point that I'd like to make. Humans are simply not capable of being compassionate. They are too much aggressive. They are not capable of being kind and helping other people. They are not capable of doing the things that animals do in their environment. The animals are doing things that they can't do, like killing and killing again. We have to stop thinking that it is a place where we can live. It is not. It is a place that is not capable of doing that. So if we want to leave this place, we have to make ourselves responsible for our actions and the things that we do. And this film does that very well.

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Phillip

I really enjoyed this documentary. It has a great story of finding a hidden treasure, and the consequences it has on both the treasure hunter and the treasure. What I liked about it was the way it made the treasure hunter seem like a real person. His friends, his family, his family's friends, his competitors, his bosses, the people that he knew. It was really a great look at the people who lived on a gold mine, and it made you feel like you were there. I thought the whole idea of the movie was very interesting. It wasn't the most exciting thing to watch, but the fact that they were able to show the changes that happen in people that have to work on a gold mine, and how it affects their families and friends. It was really interesting to watch. I think it's a great movie for anyone to watch.

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Samantha

The first part of this documentary was just about the executions of the "inmates" at "Le Mesnil" in Montferrat, in 1984, by the French authorities. This time the documentary focuses on the trials of the "Three Black Widows" in 1992. These women were accused of murdering their husband's lover at their house. All three were convicted of murder. The prosecutor's office had other reasons to decide not to proceed with a trial, but they never got to explain them. I can only guess what happened, and this film is one of the only cases where we really know the reason for the judges' decisions. I find the trial to be a real challenge to watch, with the way the prosecution presented evidence, the way the defence defended their case, and the way the jury reacted to the case. The film also provides a few details about the trial itself, such as the fact that the prosecutor never presented the witness who had testified for the defence. (It was in fact the defence lawyer who would have been called.) I found the trial itself to be fascinating. In summary, a very interesting film.

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Arthur H.

Having been a fan of the Rebel movement since I was a kid, I have watched the footage of the march several times. For years, the media only showed a few pictures of the crowd of protesters marching towards the National Assembly. This film makes the National Assembly footage look like a whitewashed remake of the holocaust. The political and social message of this film is great. The reason for this film to exist is to show people what the real truth is. The only way to fully know what the real facts are is to do a film like this. I am a big fan of this film, and it is awesome that a documentary is made like this. It is a must watch for everyone who is a fan of the movement.

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Nancy

This is a very compelling and inspiring film. It is not your typical history lesson. It is very informative and gives you the perspective of the military. I also found the movie very informative about the little known history of the women of the guerrier as well as about the women of the guerrier itself. It is a must see!

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Scott

A film so compelling that it's a crime to see it in the theater. This documentary follows the rise and fall of a legendary band in the 70's called "Tess and the Sun." During the course of the band's history, their member Jess/Tess (Anna Karina) ends up running away to America and becoming a singer-songwriter, while the other members are struggling with their own personal demons. The movie was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, but lost to Peter Weir's "We Need to Talk About Kevin." I'm not sure who would have won, but this is a movie that will stay with you for some time. I think this film should have gotten an Oscar, it's so incredibly powerful. I was surprised at how many women came out and said they believed the film. I've never seen anything like it, it's incredibly effective. The cast is amazing, and I'm sure you'll be amazed by what you'll see. This is a film that is really important, because it will make you think, and make you think about your own life and what you've done. It's a film you can't miss, so go see it, now.

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Pamela K.

This is a film that you can watch once and then forget about it. But you should still see it, because it is an important film. If you are interested in religion and belief and the Catholic church, you should also see this film, because it has so many other things to say about this important subject. But if you just want to be entertained, you should watch it. It is worth seeing.

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Nancy

The film tells the story of a group of farmers, all young men, who lost everything to the 1980s land crisis. The farmers were mostly in the Midwest and it is not a story you will hear about again. There were many of them and it is interesting to see how they are trying to make ends meet. One thing you will notice is that there is almost no language. They speak their own dialect and they mostly speak English. They also have one very strong accent that reminds me of Irish. The scene in which one of the farmers goes on an actual farm to plant his own potatoes is very sad. This is not an adventure, but it is a reminder of what is happening to the American farm. I believe the film is very important for understanding what is going on in our country and in the world today. I think it should be made available in every college in the country. I would say this film should be seen by all who want to know what is happening in the world today. We must always remember that the farmers are not the heroes of this story, but the actual people who are living out the story of the country.

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Timothy Ortega

This is the second documentary film I have ever seen that follows two groups of people for almost the entire duration of the film. The first documentary I saw was "The Lives of Others" by Kim Ki Duk. I think this one is much better in every way, but I am still not going to spoil it for anyone. But, I will say that this is a documentary that leaves a lot to be desired. The story of these people is interesting, but that's about it. The documentary takes you through their lives and shows the fascinating process that these people go through to change their lives from one point to another. This is a great documentary if you are interested in the lives of these people and their journey to change their lives. But, I'm afraid this is not really a documentary that I would recommend for anyone else. It's an interesting story, but it is just not a documentary that I would recommend anyone to watch.

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Grace

The French-Canadian people of the Champlain Islands were not happy with the reaction to the film, and it was for a good reason. I have been living in the British Virgin Islands for twenty years and know very well the history and the stories of these people. I feel this documentary would have been better received in France, where I live. The focus is on the people who came to the islands to work for the French, rather than the colonists. The film highlights the way they spoke, the customs, the language, and the respect shown to the Champlain Islanders. The French had the feeling of the islands as they knew them, and the Champlain Islanders felt their "old friends" and their "old friends" as well. It's a beautiful film, and it really shows how people of all colors can work together to get along.

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Brandon R.

This movie is truly awesome. It was well made, informative and eye opening. I recommend it highly.

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Evelyn J.

I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. It was a very well produced documentary, and the audio of the interviews was excellent. The interviews were very interesting and well done. The film was very well done and the music was excellent, the sound was just what I wanted. I thought the documentaries were very well made. This is a very well made film, and it is very well produced. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Teresa

I found this movie both haunting and humorous. The soundtrack of "The World Is Not Enough" will stay with me forever. The movie is not for the easily offended, but I felt like I had to be. It's not the world I wanted to live in. I felt like I had to watch the whole movie just to feel like I didn't want to be a part of it. I have no doubt that they are to be proud of this documentary, but it's not the world I wanted to live in. And I've already started to feel like I've had my wish. I can't think of any other film that I could compare this one to. I can't wait to see what they do next.