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Vor der Morgenröte

Vor der Morgenröte is a movie starring Robert Finster, Barbara Sukowa, and Tómas Lemarquis. Before Dawn charts the years of exile in the life of famous Jewish Austrian writer Stefan Zweig, his inner struggle for the "right attitude"...

Other Titles
Vor der Morgenröte - Stefan Zweig in Amerika, Stefan Zweig: Adiós a Europa, Stefanas Cveigas: atsisveikinimas su Europa, Stefan Zweig: Adeus, Europa, Stefan Zweig - jäähyväiset Euroopalle, Before Dawn, Stefan Zweig: Búcsú Európától, Στέφαν Τσβάιχ: Αποχαιρετισμός στην Ευρώπη, Stefan Zweig - Farvel til Europa, Farväl Europa, Stefan Zweig: Hüvasti, Euroopa, Stefan Zweig, adieu l'Europe, Pożegnanie z Europą, Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
Running Time
1 hours 46 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Drama, Biography
Maria Schrader
Maria Schrader, Jan Schomburg
Barbara Sukowa, Robert Finster, Valerie Pachner, Tómas Lemarquis
Germany, France, Austria
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 1936, Stefan Zweig, the illustrious author of " 24 Hours of a Woman's Life" and "Letter from an Unknown Woman", leaves Austria for South America. Being Jewish and hating the inhumanity that prevails in Germany while threatening his native country, he has decided to escape the specter of Nazism. Brazil is his chosen country. He is immediately hailed at Rio de Janeiro's Jockey Club by the local jet set. But whereas expect him to take sides and to make a statement against Hitler and his clique, Zweig refuses to renounce his humanity and to indulge in over-simplification: he just cannot condemn Germany and its people. On the other hand, the great writer literally falls in love with Brazil and undertakes the writing of a new book about the country. Accompanied by Lotte, his second wife he explores different regions, including the most remote ones...

Comments about history «Vor der Morgenröte» (23)

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Gerald Silva

I wasn't exactly expecting great things from this movie, as I've never been to a Wagner movie before. But it was better than I thought it would be, mainly because the two leading actors are so much more talented than I had expected them to be, and they have done some amazing work in some small scenes. It also had a great soundtrack and nice photography. I didn't know what to expect but I ended up very satisfied. It is not really a film that will have a lasting effect on me. I really hope it does.

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One of the best movies I have ever seen. It's not an exaggeration to say that this movie is not about the future or science fiction, but the real life story of a man who lived during the Nazi era. There are lots of scenes which illustrate the conditions in Germany during WWII, which are incredibly relevant for today's politics. I was amazed by the way the movie is made. I have watched the first part of the movie, when Max learns that he is going to be a widower, when he finds out that his wife was killed and he didn't know this until the end. The scenes that follow Max's death are inhumane. It's like a horrible horror film, where there is an intense sadness. But, the movie goes further than this. It shows the reality of what went on during the war, how people died, how they were killed, how this could happen. The movie is a very powerful experience. It shows how Hitler believed in this world, that he could stop anything that had to happen in this world. It shows that he was the first person to believe in the idea of "Aryan National Socialism". Hitler believed in it so much that he did not want to give up this dream and his people could be ruled by a single man. Hitler believed in the idea of a master race that would be able to rule the world by its superiority, and it became his final goal in life. He wanted to kill the Aryan race, to eliminate them by any means necessary. When Hitler found out that his dream was going to be lost, he felt sad and became depressed. He started believing that there were no Aryan races. In his eyes, there were only Slavs and others who were not Aryan. This movie does not explain anything, but it leaves you feeling depressed and sad, because this was the idea of a man who believed in something so much that he tried everything to make sure that this was true.

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This film tells the story of the "Civil War", about the execution of hundreds of black men in a pre-revolutionary Europe. It is based on a novel by Josef Schell, who was the author of the novel "Lehmann", and it also contains the notable work of Mary Shelly, who is the screenwriter. Overall, it is a good film. For me, the acting is not great, but that is not a very big problem, because it is not that bad. The cast is great. George Eastman and Orson Welles have great moments. Not only the actors, but also the costumes, locations, locations. The costumes, locations, settings are fantastic. The colors and cinematography are perfect. The direction is good. The film has good editing. The soundtrack is also excellent. Overall, this is a very good film. It is not a masterpiece, but it is definitely worth watching. My rating is seven out of ten stars.

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This movie is the most visually stunning movie I have seen. It is also one of the most "dramatically" violent movies I have ever seen. In fact, the violence is the best thing about the movie. As you can imagine, some people don't like this movie, which is probably a good thing, because it makes the movie more "accessible". In addition, the characters, especially the leading actor, are great. They are very well written and are able to captivate the audience. It is also nice to see a modern film that doesn't have the usual Hollywood style. This movie is a reminder that everything is possible, and it is nice to see a movie that is artistic and with a good message. It also doesn't take itself too seriously, which makes it very entertaining. I would give this movie a 9/10.

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David Allen

Danish film-maker Lars Von Trier has a lot to answer for with this film, and even if some of his films aren't brilliant they are quite memorable. So I must say this is one of his best films (I'm not going to use that word, as I think he has a lot more to answer for, but let's just say it's worth watching). This film is one of the most enjoyable of Von Trier's films, and I think this is mainly because of the way the characters are developed. They are extremely well developed, and the way they are written is quite ingenious. The dialogue is something very few films today have, as almost all the major films nowadays rely on the famous line "you know he wasn't happy, right?" to make their films sell. This film, on the other hand, does a much better job of taking the audience in on the characters' world. If you're expecting a great film with lots of blood, sex and violent scenes, this isn't the film for you. It's something of a darker film than a lot of the stuff Von Trier has done before, with many scenes being quite hard to watch and only a few laughs. The film isn't entirely serious, and is also quite funny. It has lots of what I call "meaty" moments, which makes the film even more enjoyable to watch. All of these qualities make this film a really enjoyable film, and I think it's one of Von Trier's best works. It's a movie that's a lot of fun to watch, but it doesn't always stand out as one of Von Trier's best works. There's plenty of other films he's made that I also recommend.

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Mary Schultz

A film that is completely different to what I usually see. The film is about the reactions of the people in order to the disaster that struck the nation. You will see people come up with many reasons, but I think that you will see the biggest reason as that of an injustice that took place. In this country, I think that it is impossible to be neutral or not to know about the events and that one person's opinion is not a reasonable one. I would say that this film is not political and doesn't want to be. The film is a reflection about people's reaction to the events that happened. The film is a reflection of the people who were responsible for the disaster that took place and who caused the huge economic crisis that was in the country. I think that the film does a good job of bringing this country into focus. The film shows a lot of the people that went through the events that happened in the country and you will find out who were the villains and who were the good guys. You will find out that it is the people that made the country turn into a disaster. Overall, I would say that I would recommend the film. It is a good film to watch because it shows the society of the country and the way they reacted to the disaster. It is a great film and a reflection of how the people had to react to the events that happened in the country.

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Russell Simpson

The Story of the Morgenrodes (2015) One of the things I hate about movies like this is that they can be repetitive, and there is always the scene that everyone hates. This is not the case here, because the whole film is a big scene. It is long, but that is because it has to be and that's not what is important. The movie is about the life and times of Marie-Theresa Morgenrode, wife of the Marquis of Toulouse-Lautrec. The story is told in flashbacks, which are usually to be found in German films. But in this one, they are repeated here, and there are only two in this film. The first one was a film about the Marquis's life, and the second was about his mistress, who was the wife of the Marquis, and all of her letters. The movie is very slow, and there are some scenes that will make you cringe, because it's very hard to see. However, the reason the film is long is because of the acting. I didn't know that Martin Freeman was in this film until I watched the credits. That is a very important part to make, because the actors are just amazing. They can be funny, or sad, or angry, or whatever. You have to see this movie for all the actors, because they are the reason you will see this film. The movie is about the man that is making the film, and his struggle to get his film financed. The movie is very long and has a lot of scenes. But for me, it was worth watching.

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This movie was not exactly what I expected, but it was an enjoyable one nonetheless. At first it seems that we are in the early 1900s, and on a farm in which the owner has died. He was not a particularly strong man, and when his son hears of his death, he becomes hostile. He causes the death of his son's wife, and is locked up in prison. This is where we are taken to watch a man in a wheelchair walking from jail to jail. And each time he gets in, we are taken to a different part of the country, and to different events. The events are all linked, and the viewer gets the idea that he is a very important character. The farm was owned by a woman called Ms. Delacroix, and the reason why her husband is locked up is explained in a very clear way. She gave the money to an older man to help his son get a farm. Then he lost it, and she gave it to another man, and a woman's son was taken to this man's wife and died. This is the reason why he is locked up. It makes him seem like a very important character, and also makes us want to see what he does in prison. But, after all this is a movie, and sometimes the movie will have a message, but for me it was not the best one. There were a lot of people in the movie, and I do not think they were of much use. Some of them seemed to be in the movie because the other people would give the movie a rating of 4, 5, or 6, or some other rating. But they could not have been used because they were not relevant, and could not have affected the movie much. The movie would have been better with a lot of smaller, more important people in it. It would have made the movie a lot more enjoyable. And the ending was very good, and I do not know what it was supposed to mean, but it was a very good ending. This movie could have been a lot worse, but in my opinion it was not great.

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This is a story of an ordinary man. A worker, who was so devoted to his work and so willing to be part of his team. His wife is there for him, and he was one of her first customers. But she was always there for him, even if she has to take care of his other children and other responsibilities. It is interesting to see the way the story of Hans and Anna is told in the film. The way that he is always proud of his work and his family is an important part of the story, that will show the audience that the man has a heart, and that his wife is not always there for him. In a very simple way, and in a very symbolic way, the film shows how a man can become so enmeshed in the world of work that he cannot escape the knowledge of his work and his life. This film is highly recommended for people who have some understanding of the German history and are interested in the life of the German people in the era when they were rebuilding from the war. The film is also recommended for people who know a little about the history of the United States, and for people who want to understand the effect that the war had on people's lives.

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Samuel B.

This is a truly an outstanding film, it has a well-paced pace and leaves you with a few unanswered questions but it is also a story that could be told in a thousand different ways. This is a great example of a powerful story told through film, without an awkward twist and without any apparent ties to the original book. The performances are great, the directing is great, the story is great, and the ending is great. The film tells a story of the Protestant Reformation in Germany from the 16th to the 19th century and although the audience is expected to know the story of Luther and his followers and to know that in reality it was not the best, the film itself does not take away the tension and keeps you guessing and gives you the feeling that it is still on your mind. There are some factual errors, such as the fact that Luther was an expert in Logicians and that he managed to seduce the most powerful women in the world, but overall the film is quite accurate and gives the viewer a better understanding of the period. The characters are very well developed, even the most sympathetic ones are compelling. You find yourself watching the film to the end, wondering why the hell the things happen and how you have to know about them to understand the ending. There are no surprises, no hidden themes, no characters that will forever remain unnamed. The story is told in such a way that if you watch it with an open mind you will come away with a better understanding of the Reformation. My only problem is that I wanted to see more of the theology of the Reformation, but other than that I thoroughly enjoyed the film. I would suggest that you watch it and get a deeper understanding of the period. 7/10

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Timothy B.

While the first film had the feel of a sequel, this one feels like a prequel. That's not to say it's bad or anything, but that's the feeling you'll get from the trailer. I also feel like the first film is just a prologue to what is to come, so to see this film presented in a way that feels like the beginning of a whole new chapter to the story is really neat. The acting is generally great, but there are a few actors who really stood out. Having said that, this film is definitely not for everyone. I would recommend watching the film if you're looking for something different. But if you're looking for a film that is genuinely exciting, then this is the movie for you.

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Raymond Morris

A Brief History of Germany - The Holocaust is a well executed documentary about the Nazi Party and its leaders. The film is well made and gives a much needed insight to the man who led Germany through the darkest chapter of its history. It is a sad time when history is told through the lens of film, and this film is a beautiful example of that. Adolf Hitler is shown to be a man who was literally like a vulture, and the last Nazi is very much like a ghost, a thing that I think is never truly shown in a documentary. Yet the film does not have any agenda, and it is certainly not meant to preach, which is important, because most of the time documentaries tend to do that. A Brief History of Germany is not a film to watch to preach about the evils of Nazism, it is a film to watch to see how the Nazi Party is shown in a very different light, and it is a beautiful reflection of the minds of the leaders of Germany at the time. It is a reminder of the evil of the Nazi regime, and it is a reminder of what the world could have been like had Hitler's ideas not been implemented. If you are a person who is interested in the history of the Nazi Party or Adolf Hitler, then you should watch this film. If you are not, then don't bother watching this film, and I am sure that if you are not interested in either Hitler or the Nazi Party, then you will be really disappointed. But if you are interested in history or other topics, then you should see this film, and I am sure that you will like it. A Brief History of Germany is not perfect, but it is a great example of how a documentary can show a positive image of the Nazi Party.

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Diane Mason

I don't think anyone should have a hard time getting interested in this movie, especially if you don't expect too much. Sure it's a sad and sad story, but it's very simple and realistic. The scenery is fantastic, and the actors were excellent. Well worth watching.

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I don't know what people are complaining about. My guess is that they are not interested in the fact that this film is based on a true story and that it is a very good movie. This is what it is about: a very happy-go-lucky day at the post office. In the morning, a book-seller is told by a stranger (Vor!) that he can get a parcel in the post office for her of a total of $500,000. That the book is actually a couple of volumes of a serial novel. What the book-seller and her friend, a young girl, do is to try to find out how it could be delivered to her. In the end, she discovers that there is a book titled "Der Morgenröte". This novel is a complete novel of real history. She gets the idea that she would really like to read this novel. She buys it from the post-office. The book is full of info about the real history. It is a lot of information. The book goes into more detail about the story of the War of the Ruhr. It explains about the heroes and the villains of that war, about what happened during the war and how it led to the concentration camps. It also explains about the most important events of that war: the war against Germany and the allied war. It explains about the problems and the success of those two wars. The movie goes in the direction of the most important things in that war. It also has a lot of scenes and characters from the history of that war. It has many famous actors in it. Some of the main characters are the Ruhr rocket scientist Carl Von Ossietzky, Max Muller, Heinrich Himmler, Heinrich Kramer, Franz Josef, Maximilian Schell, Rudolf Hess, Hess's wife and many others. The best part of the movie is the great performances of the actors. Everyone of them gives their best. Even though the movie is a bit long, the movie is still a very good one. I can understand why people don't like it. If you don't like it, don't watch it. If you like it, you will understand why some people did not like the movie. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "The War of the Ruhr"

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Roger Gardner

Perhaps that's why this film never made it into theatres. The treatment of its subject is so impressive that it requires not just a great filmmaker, but also a great director, too. From the opening shots of the movie through to the end credits, the film does everything it can to make the viewer feel as if they are in the movie themselves. While the score and editing by Timo Tjahjanto are sometimes appropriate, the film's greatest achievement is the cinematography by the Hungarian director and his team. It is breathtaking, to say the least, and the effects, when they are all put together, work perfectly. It is hard not to be moved by the scene with the execution of the executioners who hung the guillotine without ever being heard to say anything. They never utter a single word. And yet, there is such quiet desperation in the voice of the executioner that we almost believe that he is saying a prayer, and that's what we are supposed to feel. The character of the executioner is never shown as simply evil. There is always a coldness behind his eyes, and there is a misanthropy. He is not some mindless executioner, or simply a sadistic monster. He is actually a man, driven by a cold, vengeful will, and he is the main character in the story. The production design of the movie is superb. In the opening scene, we see the guillotine in a background that is neither too dark nor too bright, or too close to the camera. We never see the light it shines. The effect is to make the viewer think of the guillotine as a huge stone in the distance, which the rest of the scene is not quite. This is not just a production gimmick, it's an effective one. The use of color to create mood is another successful aspect of the film. In the film's opening scene, we see light and dark, and then a bluish shade of the outside, and then a richer, red shade. The music is important, too, and the composer is the Hungarian composer, Andras Morag. It is one of the most memorable scores ever put to film. It is a blend of natural and synthetic sounds, and it gives the movie a haunting, theatrical quality that helps to convey the mood and tension of the movie. I was especially impressed with the score and composition of the opera music. The music is a splendid accompaniment to the film, and it doesn't feel like music at all, but instead gives the film a genuine theatrical quality. This is perhaps the most important thing of all. This film is not just a film. It is a piece of art, and it should be considered as such. It is an astonishing film, and I recommend it strongly. It will likely become a classic in the future, and probably

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Cynthia Murphy

This was a very good movie, but it needed better editing. It is highly sentimental and the father-son relationship is pretty weak. It is much better to see the mother and father together, but the father/son relationship is weak too. I just find it unrealistic that the young German boy can suddenly have the ability to understand the complicated German language. I have heard many other reviewers say that it is very realistic, but it is definitely not. This is not a story about the German Empire and German culture, but rather a story about the German boy who has to struggle to understand the complicated German language. This is a great movie, I recommend it.

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In the '60s and '70s, Werner Herzog was a famous German filmmaker with an extraordinary talent for cinematography and for the performances of his actors. But he was not known for his films. This one is a direct copy of the films he made in the '50s. Herzog made films in the '40s, but that is not the case here. This is a real documentary on what happens in the world of Nazi Germany and the Nazi ideology. I have not seen the film before and this review is just based on this fact. I will not go into details on this film. I think this is the first documentary about it. I must admit I am not an expert on the subject but I do know a bit about it. If you are interested in this subject, I think you will enjoy the film. I am not sure if the film was well known at the time, but I think it is now. It will be fascinating to know more about this subject.

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Jean Hunter

Let me begin by saying that I was very pleased to see an old fashioned German movie about the Battle of the Marne and the most famous battle of World War II. I also liked the way it was shown through the eyes of the little girl who wrote the book about the battle. So, for me, it was great to see a movie about the battle that was not scripted or made-up, with real emotions and tension. I also liked that the movie wasn't just about the battle itself, but about the war itself and the relationship of a father and a mother and the effect it had on the family. The acting was good, and so was the script. I was very impressed by it. I can't give the movie a higher grade because it's only a German movie, so I'm not allowed to. I think this movie is much better than the movies about the Battle of the Somme, as this movie was done in English. It had a great pace, so it was really enjoyable for me. All in all, a very good movie. I can't give it a 10, because it's still too early in its development, but I can give it a 7. This movie is one that I plan to watch again.

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Told in flashbacks, the film is narrated by Robert Fischer, the first German ambassador in Paris during World War I, who, with his fiancée Bertha, is doing his utmost to ensure a peaceful resolution. Bertha's father, Friedrich (Erich von Hildebrandt), a prominent German banker, believes in peace, but sees the futility of war. He tells Bertha, "I know this is a terrible thing. I know you can't make a difference. But what do you say when the prospect of you and your little boy's future is finally taken away from you?" Bertha's sympathetic but difficult father (Thomas Kretschmann) is also convinced that Germany must end its involvement in World War I. But he is also determined to see that his daughter will remain in Berlin for a year. In the meantime, Bertha works with the English Ambassador and undertakes various things to prevent the war. One of these is the creation of a propaganda film, directed by Karl Mayger, which portrays the horrors of the war. The French Foreign Minister, Charles de Gaulle (Joachim Phoenix) agrees that the film is a useful tool in helping the Germans understand that war is pointless and that a peaceful resolution is possible. Nevertheless, Bertha finds it hard to accept the film as reality and returns it to her father. Finally, after being confined in a jail cell for two years, she is able to attend a concert with the French Foreign Minister, who has come to see her. This film is a valuable example of the same intertextuality and interconnectivity that undergirds the story of Tarkovsky's Novocaine. As a viewer, I had an emotional and intellectual response to the film. I felt so much sympathy for Bertha, but also a sense of frustration with the film's treatment of her father. I wanted to know more about him and what happened to him after the war. I also sympathized with the Germans' refusal to see the war as pointless. The conflict between the French and the Germans is also a necessary part of the film, but is not explicitly addressed in the narration. However, I felt that this was an important part of the film. Although the film contains strong elements of historical accuracy, it is not primarily about the events of the war. Rather, it focuses on Bertha and her father. I thought that this theme was also well handled by the film's editing and screenplay. The images in the film are also evocative and effective. As a result of the film's progressive editing, I feel that the film could have been more engaging and effective without making it too long and with less music and dialogue. I think that this was a big mistake.

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Melissa Weber

In my opinion this is the best German movie I've ever seen, for a couple of reasons: 1. It's about the rebellion of the peasants against the "aristocracy" of the nobility. The peasants are not very heroic. 2. The story is a good one. There are many details that I didn't notice. 3. It has an amazing (but too few) musical numbers. For instance, when the "Knight", the squire of the princess, goes into the forest and dances with the villagers, and when the "Knight" dances with the king, when the "Knight" throws his staff, the people gather around. 4. It has a great soundtrack, composed by the great Gustav Mahler. Finally, I give it 7/10. (And it's not just because it's the most beautiful German movie I've ever seen.)

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I watched this movie for the first time about a year ago and remember to watch it again. I had not watched it before this time, and the first time I saw it, I was not too impressed. I was still not convinced after watching it again a month later. After two months, I was still not convinced. And last month I finally decided to watch it again. And I have to say it was one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen, even though I am not a big fan of this kind of film. Yes, this is a very good film, but it is not for everybody. To start, I am not a big fan of movies like this. I think that they are so boring. I think they should have been at least some bit more interesting. They should have been a bit more different. And as I said, this film is not for everybody. But if you like a movie that is different from all the others, then I think you should give it a try. And if you do not like it, then you might as well not watch it at all. But if you do like it, I think you will not be disappointed.

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Billy Castillo

The year is 1889. The Bavarian state government is being challenged by a growing anarchist movement. The government has organized an elaborate series of secret meetings with the leaders of the movement. The leader of the movement is F.B.I. agent Max Schmeling. A photograph of the meeting is kept for posterity in a secret safe and the Bavarian government is now under pressure to suppress the movement. All attempts to control the movement are met with resistance from the leaders. When a trade unionist, Luther Himmler, dies, the leaders resort to violence and intimidation. The two sides come together to confront the government. The government announces its intention to keep a hold of the meeting. F.B.I. agent Willi Koch is a reluctant participant. He initially does not agree to participate in the project. He remains neutral to the events and his desire for a career. The more he is put into the project, the more interested he becomes. He is able to infiltrate the meeting to find out what is actually going on. A film which is accurate, real and moving.

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Christina Rose

The movie is also a treat for Germans, the little boy in the movie. I mean, no one can resist to dream, to imagine, to dream, to dream, to dream. And it was also a kind of a dream of the young filmmaker to think of him self as a Nazi, because he is not. And that is a nice dream. It's a dream of a man who was born in a state of barbarism, a guy who had to rise above it all. Of course, in this case it is not the barbarism that drives him to make movies, but the barbarism that has his family shattered. This is not a German story, it is an American story, and it is a story that is very useful to Germans who need to remember that these things happen in Germany every day.