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(222) 6.9 101 min 2019

The Spy Behind Home Plate is a movie starring Bruce Adams, Elden Auker, and Brad Ausmus. Telling the story of Moe Berg, an enigmatic Jewish catcher during baseball's Golden Age who joined the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) to...

Brad Ausmus, Irwin Berg, Elden Auker, Bruce Adams
Aviva Kempner

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Aviva Kempner
Writer Aviva Kempner
Stars Brad Ausmus, Irwin Berg, Elden Auker, Bruce Adams
Country USA
Runtime 1H 41M
Description In this first ever feature-length documentary about the enigmatic Morris "Moe" Berg, award-winning filmmaker Aviva Kempner again focuses her camera on a little-known Jewish hero. From the streets of Newark to five major league teams during baseball's Golden Age to his secret life spying for the OSS during WWII, Berg's improbable story is told with rare historical footage and revealing interviews with family and an All-Star roster from the worlds of history, sports and spycraft.

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Friday, 10 Apr 2020 13:18

This is a pretty good documentary on the development of the 'Canadian Miracle' in baseball and hockey. It's a bit more intense than most documentaries on the subject. There is a lot of information here about the events leading up to the introduction of the game in Canada. It is a little bit dated, but still worth seeing. The players and coaches are interviewed and they provide some interesting insights into the events leading up to the game. They talk about how they were not prepared for the game and how they really didn't know what they were in for. It is a good insight into what it was like to play the game in Canada. The film has some of the most interesting and entertaining interviews. There are many clips of the players and coaches talking about the game. You get to hear their opinions on the game and how it was perceived back in the day. The interviews are all good, but not all that interesting. The only really good interview is the one with Hall of Fame pitcher Don Newcombe. This is one of the best interviews of the whole documentary. It is a little bit boring and you don't really get to hear all that much about the game, but it is a good interview. The only thing I didn't like about this documentary was the fact that the interviews are mostly done in the same voice. That really slowed the documentary down a little bit. I know the voice is going to be a problem for some people, but it is still a bit distracting. Overall, it is a good documentary. I like it better than most documentaries on the subject of the game.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 13:15

In the 1980s, the world was at the height of its Cold War paranoia. One of the many things that was being debated was the status of the Soviet Union. After the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the world was a much more peaceful place. But when it came to the issues of nuclear proliferation, there was no one to blame but the Soviets. The Cold War was over, but the Cold War wasn't over with the Soviet Union either. The film "Behind the Iron Curtain" (1997) is a look at the politics and the struggles that the Soviets were facing at the time. The film is about a group of Soviet students who were studying in the US during the Cold War. One of them, a guy named Karel Rodenkov, who is a political scientist, and a former Soviet Union member, is also studying in the US. He wants to go to the University of Chicago, but he can't get in because the university is not allowed to admit anyone from the Soviet Union. So he goes to Harvard, but he has to go through a Russian language course. But in the course of that course, he meets a Russian woman named Anna. The two are married and have a child together. The film is basically about how the Soviet Union was at the time and what it was trying to do. But I think the film does a good job of showing how people in the Soviet Union were trying to fight the Cold War. The film was shot in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It shows how people in the Soviet Union were trying to fight the Cold War. I think that's a very good film.

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