Yael Hersonski's powerful documentary achieves a remarkable feat through its penetrating look at another film-the now-infamous Nazi-produced film about the Warsaw Ghetto. Discovered after the war, the unfinished work, with no soundtrack, quickly became a resource for historians seeking an authentic record, despite its elaborate propagandistic construction. The later discovery of a long-missing reel complicated earlier readings, showing the manipulations of camera crews in these "everyday" scenes. Well-heeled Jews attending elegant dinners and theatricals (while callously stepping over the dead bodies of compatriots) now appeared as unwilling, but complicit, actors, alternately fearful and in denial of their looming fate.
A film about an unfinished film which portrays the people behind and before the camera in the Warsaw Ghetto, exposing the extent of the cinematic manipulation forever changing the way we look at historic images. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Misty M (br) wrote: Only white fobs who haven't seen real old school Chinese martial arts/Xu Xia films would like it. Hate that disastrous films like this are the only exports to western cinema.
Waleed A (ru) wrote: very funny. a welcomed addition to the series (3 viewings)
Spencer K (mx) wrote: This is directed to Nigel Andrews of the big bad Financial Times comment about Helen Hunts PERFECT performance in the scene where she lets out her emotions to her mother Bette Midler. The TONE of voice and her movements buddy as you pointed out.........is the ACTING CRAFT at its finest. Wake up and maybe go to a few acting classes cause you have ZERO idea what that scene was about and what transpired at that moment of her character. My name is Spencer Kennedy from Toronto Ontario Canada. Id LOVE to meet you and do a few acting scenes with you. Then we can see who the BIG SHOT craft of acting reviewer is. Then maybe you will shut your mouth before opening it up in regarding ACTING and TRUE emotions coming through the body and voice. And to Tim Evans of Sky Movies....."bagged collection of tics and mannerisms".....I already know you are pointing toward the SAME scene a Nigel.Again, LEARN the CRAFT of acting and how the TONE of voice and the TICS and MANNERISMS transfer through the body during a CLIMACTIC emotional time for the character. Like she did in the hospital scene after loosing her child.Those scenes boys.....are Oscar gold.Wakie wakie !!!
Dane M (es) wrote: Walked out of the cinema 5 minutes in.
Majbritt W (de) wrote: I would say this one is ok if you just want to be entertained a bit, but the plot was a bit too obvious. When I first saw the trailer, I was expecting something a bit like Usual Suspects. It was nothing like that. The idea was there, but it was quickly clear why this film never made it to the cinemas here. Also very clear why it was not nominated for any script-writing awards. One Star id for the efford and one is for Michael Madsen.
Jared M (ca) wrote: Batman, Leonidas, and Detective Rust Cohle fighting dragons in the apocalypse. It's not fine cinema but it's a damn entertaining movie.
David f (ru) wrote: Shows a nice mission without stupid movie stories.
Ernie M (jp) wrote: Another movie with little to offer but "Look! Isn't Robin Williams funny?" No wonder he started doing more serious movies.
Arceli A (de) wrote: I think this movie will be cool
Alex H (es) wrote: Saw VI is both visually appealing, and a surprisingly entertaining jab at the American health care industry. It's definitely a step up from its predecessor.
Lotti K (ag) wrote: Quite simply one of the best bad movies ever made. It has it all... Karate, break dancing, shiity script, wooden acting, Los Angeles doubling for Seattle, Jean Claude Van Damme, and the ghost of Bruce Lee (played by a badly dubbed actor). What's not to love??