Dramatic documentary about the young German pacifist and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer who resisted the Nazi regime and was hanged two weeks before World War II was over. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dramatic documentary about the young German pacifist and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer who resisted the Nazi regime and was hanged two weeks before World War II was over.
- Stars:Min-su Choi, Jae-hyeon Jo, Bo-kyeong Kim, Jong-su Lee, Yeon-su Yu, Ju-bong Gi, Seon-hwan Jeong, Sang-geon Jo, Martin Doblmeier, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Adele Schmidt, Richard Mancini, John Conway, Wolfgang Huber, John De Gruchy, Jean Lasserre, Otto Dudzus, Victoria Barnett, Renate Bethge, Christian Gremmels, Desmond Tutu, Eberhard Bethge, Winfried Mächler,
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Jason C (br) wrote: The movie is well directed but the plot gets a bit hard to buy at times. Evan Rachel Wood and Ellen Page is the reason it is worth watching and totally buy them in the relationship as sisters.
Mats V (us) wrote: This is a great example of a recipe-script done well.
Anna B (ru) wrote: Not only factually interesting, but also quite aesthetically pleasing. The camera-work can be a little headache-inducing at times, but it fits the mood and tone. It's gonna be interesting, over the next 50 years, how Dick Cheney is viewed by history. I just hope, at the very least, the damage that he's done to society in the pursuit of his own self-interest is recognised. The ultimate tragedy would be not just that he committed crimes with impunity, but that in some people's eyes they weren't even crimes.
Justin P (ca) wrote: A western that utterly fails the genre.
Viivi N (de) wrote: why heroines always chose the wrong guy? :/
Dan G (es) wrote: excellent story, worth watching
Ted R (es) wrote: Decent adventure/thriller/romance with some truly great exotic locations along the way...
Greg W (au) wrote: this bio-pic from the year i graduated from high school don't remember it in the theaters but i had alot of other things on my mind-director ashby crafted a film throw back to the golden days of hollywood.
Bill T (mx) wrote: Curiously uneven John Ford epic about the Cheyenne's struggles to return to the land they were displaced from. The central plot is interesting, but some casting choices (Sal Mineo and Ricardo Montelban as indians!), just totally needless scenes (yes I'm referring to you Jimmy Stewart) and other curious trivia (it looks like Edward G Robinson refused to do location shots, so we get really bad process shots instead) make this one only slightly passable.
Kevin M W (kr) wrote: A Western soap opera played as if it were Cecil B. DeMille's Ten Commandments, with every iota of the accompanying self-importance and then some, but with only the barest bones of a plot and script. Unintentionally laugh worthy and yet hard not to watch, like a over emotional drunk acquaintance crying over a breakup. "She ain't nor never was worth yer tears, friend."
Christine R (gb) wrote: Another film I had no idea existed which blew me away. Noel Coward is amazing as the captain and director in this heartfelt story of a group of men in the British Navy during WWII. I was captured by the story and loved every minute.
Geovanny M (es) wrote: Is to near with Elfen Lied anime, I think this psycollogic teenager thing with superpowers is very strong.