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(7977) 7.0 114 min 2015

Elser is a movie starring Christian Friedel, Katharina Schüttler, and Burghart Klaußner. In November 1939, Georg Elser's attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails, and he is arrested. During his confinement, he recalls the events...

Burghart Klaußner, Johann von Bülow, Katharina Schüttler, Christian Friedel
Biography, War, Drama
Oliver Hirschbiegel

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, War, Drama
Director Oliver Hirschbiegel
Writer Léonie-Claire Breinersdorfer, Fred Breinersdorfer
Stars Burghart Klaußner, Johann von Bülow, Katharina Schüttler, Christian Friedel
Country Germany, Italy
Also Known As Τα 13 λεπτά που δεν άλλαξαν την ιστορία, 13 minut, Elser, un héros ordinaire, Elser: Er hätte die Welt verändert, 13 Minutos, Hitler'e Suikast, ヒトラー暗殺、13分の誤算, Georg Elser - Es muss sein!, Elser - yksin Hitleriä vastaan, 13 minutos para matar a Hitler, Elser - 13 minuti che non cambiarono la storia, Georg Elser, Urmageren, 13 Minutes, 13 Minutes: The Plot to Assassinate Adolf Hitler, Untitled Johann Georg Elser Project, Elser - Er hätte die Welt verändert
Runtime 1H 54M
Description The breath-taking story of a man who nearly would have changed the world. 1939, when Hitler convinced millions of people at the height of his power, one said a radical No: Georg Elser, disparaged as an assassin, is one of the greatest resistance fighters.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 12:49

Director/Screenwriter John Krasinski has done it again. After the disaster that was My Blueberry Nights (with David Bowie), Krasinski got his directorial start on the under-appreciated German film "Leprechaun" (which was distributed by Warner Bros., unfortunately). With "Leprechaun" he also took on the role of a director, but with a different film style. "The Devil Wears Prada" (or simply "The Devil Wears Prada" as its now called) is a film that really is just about women and their clothes. It's so incredibly funny, and takes the levity that Krasinski brought to My Blueberry Nights (which really was a masterpiece) and allows it to be a serious film. It's also not afraid to let itself be a comedy, which is how I first saw it. It's quite an original comedy, and it's not afraid to make fun of the ridiculous pratfalls that women are so often subjected to in the workplace. The movie is basically about a woman who goes to work every day. She then falls for a man who works for her boss, and in her head she knows that she's going to have to get rid of him. After she has sex with him, she gets very nervous. She starts to think that there is something wrong with her, and she begins to wonder about the strange things that happen at work. The film's first half is so funny, and Krasinski knows that he has to do a great job in the second half to make it a winner. He does a great job at that, and even more so because it's one of his first films. The second half is an action packed thriller that has a fantastic twist to it. It's also quite funny. I loved it. It's a shame that Krasinski never received the recognition that he deserves. This film is well worth watching. The story is well written and directed, and the two-hour running time is never really felt. It's a nice little film, with a great cast, and one that will leave you thinking about it for a while. 9/10
Saturday, 30 May 2020 13:53

Doubtless, war films are not a popular genre these days, so I don't know how many people are aware of this film. At the moment, it's rated 7.9 and has a rating of 8.1 on IMDb, so that says something about it. This film is about the liberation of Auschwitz, but it's also about the Jewish resistance, which was led by the SS in Germany and the Resistance in France. The film is based on a book by Heinrich Himmler, who was one of the SS officers in charge of the extermination of European Jewry. It was first published in French in 1954 and has been translated into other languages. The book is very detailed, in a book-like style, about the history of the Resistance. At the end of the book, a writer comments that "This man can be excused. He wanted to kill a lot of people, and nobody made him stop. He wanted to see what was happening to his own people, in their own country, with their own government." In the film, it's the same story, but with the different names. The main characters are: Otto Frank, his wife Sophie and their children. At the beginning of the film, the Frank family lives in the Netherlands, but when the war begins, they go to France, to Auschwitz, and in a few months, they are gone. Otto Frank was one of the leaders of the Resistance, which was headed by the SS. During the war, he was captured and tried, but he escaped to Holland. He was caught again, but escaped again to Holland, where he was sentenced to death, to die. But he was saved by an SS officer, Hans Frank, who wanted to rescue him, to save him. After Otto Frank died, Hans Frank became the head of the resistance, and he was chosen by the Germans to lead the resistance in France. That was the end of the Resistance. After the war, the Nazis arrested Otto Frank's family, and put Sophie in an internment camp. This film is very touching, because the story is based on history, and the picture is a testimony to the resistance. I recommend it.

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