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Watch Birthright: A War Story

(186) 6.9 100 min 2017

Women are being jailed, physically violated and at risk of dying as a radical movement tightens its grip across America.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Civia Tamarkin

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Monday, 29 Jun 2020 21:14

The world of the First World War is a very unique thing. Not just in the concentration camps, but the British experience in general, the war was horrific. And the war in Iraq has brought new memories of the horror of war. Most of all, the memories of the horrors of war are very fresh in my mind. The film "The Dancer and the Deaf Girl", which was very insightful and inspiring to me, and another film, "The Red Cross War", which was more depressing, but still enlightening. When I first heard about "The Dancer and the Deaf Girl", I was quite skeptical. I had no idea what to expect, but I was definitely interested in what I heard. And after I watched the film, I couldn't wait to get to see it again. Now that I have watched it again, I really do believe it was one of the best war films I have ever seen. The characters, and the acting, is so convincing, you believe in what they are saying, and you can't help but cry at some of the scenes, and you feel a great empathy for them, and the war. The emotional complexity of the relationship between the main character, Andie, and her parents is something I have not seen in other films, and is also a great example of what it means to be a good film. And the storyline itself is very interesting. I haven't read the book yet, but I want to. It's a very original story, and as I said before, you feel so sorry for the characters, and you also feel sorry for the characters in the film, because you know that the story is so heartbreaking and painful. I also liked the film's director, who was more than capable of capturing the realism of the period, the music, and the photography of the period. I can't wait to see what he does next. The only reason I would not rate it higher is because I felt it was a bit too long. I would have liked to have seen more about the German occupation, more about the war in general, and I would have liked to have seen more of the British experience. The Red Cross War, or War at Home. But I think that would not make a difference to the film, it would be as well. I just think that the film was well done, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the horrors of war, and particularly to those who are interested in the history of the war, or the German occupation. I would not recommend it to anyone who does not want to see it.
Friday, 08 May 2020 14:56

I thought this was an excellent movie, great story and very very educational. It was one of the best documentaries I have seen this year. I am not a historian, and can not claim to have any knowledge of the historical events depicted in this film, but it was very informative and very exciting. I saw it at the Sundance Film Festival and was very impressed by the educational nature of the movie, because I could not have imagined that such an important event had taken place and taken place in such a short time period. I know many history buffs and have been fascinated with World War 2 since I was a child, but this movie gives such an accurate depiction of the war that it will definitely put a smile on the face of anyone who has been studying World War 2 for a few decades. The way they show the events is very realistic and very well done. The editing is also very good, showing the events in a chronological way. The best part of the movie is that it shows the devastating effect the war has had on the children of the people who were not involved in the war. Every person who has ever been to school and/or worked in a factory was affected by this war. The acting was very good and the people who played the kids were very believable. The fact that they had a majority of African American children in the movie is very amazing, and I have seen the movie with my kids and they loved it as well. The children in the movie are really good actors and it shows on their faces. The effect that war has had on children of different races is very well shown, and it really makes you realize how powerful a war can be on those who have never been directly involved. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in World War 2 and history, because this movie shows the different races of the country at the time very well.


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