I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal
"I Have Never Forgotten You" is a comprehensive look at the life and legacy of Simon Wiesenthal, the famed Nazi hunter and humanitarian. Narrated by Academy Award winning actress Nicole Kidman, it features interviews with longtime Wiesenthal associates, government leaders from around the world, friends and family members--many of whom have never discussed the legendary Nazi hunter and humanitarian on camera. Previously unseen archival film and photos also highlight the film. What was the driving force behind his work? What kept him going when for years the odds were against his efforts? What is his legacy today, more than 60 years after the end of World War Two?
A documentary on the Austrian-Jewish architectural engineer who became a Nazi hunter after surviving the Holocaust. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal torrent reviews
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(ca) wrote: A great cast and horrible delivery. My father in-law yelled at me for picking such a bad movie!
(br) wrote: Having grown up in Southern California myself many years ago I enjoyed this piece. Interesting that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
(ru) wrote: One of the most 'what-so-ever' horror film in Philippine cinema.. (-_-)
(ag) wrote: Hope the american remake coming out this week is as good and I will be happy
(br) wrote: It knows exactly what it is.
(gb) wrote: An exceptional story about a woman learning to be an artist in a restrictive time and place. The story, images, and acting are magnificent. Please take time to see this reflectively. The characters are strong and three-dimensional. The choices they make in the early part of the 20th Century probably aren't ones we ourselves might choose. It is a movie which shows subtlety and nuances. My friends and I loved this film for the strength of the woman, her yearning for self-expression, her ability to have artistic vision in an era where there was no encouragement,the delicate balance of the relationships and limitation of choices--given the hard realities of money and social constraints. You will find it moving.
(mx) wrote: The "Citizen Kane" of our generation. Poop serves as an intricate metaphor for the American dream in a complex, post-9/11 world. Best movie ever. 9 out of 10.
(it) wrote: Some tool claims this to be the greatest shark movie ever....well know its sodding not its JAWS followed by JAWS 2.....but I like this gutsy little creature feature.
(it) wrote: Didint know a think about the manchester music scene before seeing this film. I have never seen a movie shot like this, its 2/3 biopic and 1/3 doc with real people mixed in with actors and characters stopping the film to explain the films take on the historical events. It works and i still enjoyed it even though i don't know much or have much interest in the events. the only band ever to survive the death of its lead singer.
(de) wrote: Hahah - this is AWESOME.
(es) wrote: Danny Glover is a BAMF.
(fr) wrote: The makers apparently have trouble distinguishing between so stupid it's funny and so stupid it's painful.
(nl) wrote: A classic murder mystery film that holds up pretty well (though some may be disappointed by the lack of thrills). Because of the size of the ensemble, we only get brief moments with each character, but the star-studded cast easily makes each one memorable. Most of the film is spent on establishing the various characters' backgrounds and their interviews with Detective Poirot. Then the last half hour is basically Poirot giving a long speech. Things turn out to be a lot more complicated than they appear and those who are able to get invested will find it quite intriguing.
(au) wrote: Lina's 1st naked sexy film for Franco. Who thought they would get married and pretty much remake this film like what twenty times?
(fr) wrote: One thing you can learn from this movie, and that's don't mess with mother nature. It's not just Frogs that are attacking this family, but all reptiles in the woods (on land) and in the water.A lot of the sounds (background music) are very familiar to me. They sound like the same background sounds in The Faces Of Death (1978), or I should say The Faces Of Death used similar background music to what was heard in Frogs (1972)
(mx) wrote: Such was the depth of quality in seventies cinema that many movies of the era have been unfairly forgotten. While stars like De Niro, Pacino and Hoffmann are still lauded it's easy to forget how great Elliot Gould, Alan Arkin and Donald Sutherland were. All three feature in Arkin's directorial debut, a surreal black comedy which originally had Godard attached. Gould is great as a photographer who has lost the ability to feel and wanders through life with detachment. Marcia Rodd is the young woman obsessed with waking him from his emotional coma. Watch for Sutherland's hilarious cameo as the preacher of the "First Existential" church.
(kr) wrote: Must the good guys, in certain occasions, murder their wives or drop bombs on sleeping children? If so, Chaplin observes, we are in the darkest comedy there is.
(ru) wrote: one of those I probably have to see because of its reputation, unpleasant as it may be
(fr) wrote: What if someone hacked Batman's genius to take out the Justice League? The exploration of that question is what drives this fun narrative. The voice work is fantastic as always with an interesting premise. The story is compelling and DC hits another home run.