Swastika

Swastika

Swastika is a feature length documentary about the way in which the Nazi regime infiltrated the lives of the German population, during 1933-45.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:113 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,   nazi,  

Found home movies of Nazi leaders paint them in an eerily human and deceptive light. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gary B (ca) wrote: Had a very late 80's early 90's feel to it. Best quote was "When I hunt, I hunt to kill"

Keith M (it) wrote: Extremely under-rated and probably under-watched. Not enough people know about this movie. Although the subject matter is dark, it looks at it in a cynical way with quite a bit of irony. If you haven't seen it, I definitely recommend it. Some moments in this movie are actually quite funny once you get past the horror of the situation. Daniel Stern and Illeana Douglas were teriffic. Kevin Pollak, a much under-rated actor, delivers on every level. Ashley Johnson (Crissy from Growing Pains) has really grown up. Fantastically strange and original, I endorse this movie.

Gabriel K (kr) wrote: Deeply haunting and disturbing picture of what Soviet Union was like just before its collapse. Imagine Coen brothers "Fargo" in totalitarian settings and without any black humor. Not a film for everybody, but definitely an eye-opener.

Marilee A (de) wrote: My friend BEACHBUNNI says this Film is well worth the watch

Kevin S (kr) wrote: During a family retreat at their vacation home a misunderstood kid and his relatives discover little aliens that want to take over the world. This surprisingly wasn't too bad considering there are actors from the disney channel in this movie. It is a little corny and clich (C) but there are some humorous parts which still make it enjoyable and the plot really wasn't that bad either. It also is a good clean and fun family movie that you can watch with your kids. It's kinda lame but still has it's value in entertainment.

Justin G (mx) wrote: Ah... well. I just watched this movie and to be perfectly honest I don't know what to think, or how to review this movie. I feel really dirty for actually sitting down and watching it. This has got to be one of the darkest films I have ever watched in my life. All I can is wow what a dark, dirty, and depressing movie.

whatever l (gb) wrote: DOOOOOMMEEEEEEH!!!!! omg this movie is good and dom is great <3

Danny M (ru) wrote: I love this film. Watching it at 22 and still very entertained. So funny with a lot of heart. Donkey all the way. "I like that boulder, that is a nice boulder"

Andrey B (ru) wrote: True horror film with true masterpiece of acting from Jeremy Irons.

tp b (ru) wrote: I would've felt better if I never saw it. Sad huh?

name g (kr) wrote: This was a sad and emotional film with the Peanuts Gang. But it was still a great movie with some nice songs.

Chance L (it) wrote: While not as great or original as the first film, it does bring a unique twist or two into it. Fred MacMurray is still the man as the professor and the rest of the cast does very well. The football game is the whole reason to watch it: the highlight. The basketball game in Flubber is nothing compared to this one. Another well done Disney classic.

Scott W (br) wrote: A sinister Leopard cult, led by a preistess, is attacking caravans and causing panic in the jungle. Tarzan, Boy and Cheetah soon put pay to them; they are supported by Denis Hoey as the British Consul in a typical comedy role that many would remember from his many performances as Lestrade in the Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes series. The Leopard men's attacks are well shot and actually quite scary.

Paul D (gb) wrote: Pleasant comedy with some excellently timed scenes for the laughs. Ronald Colman looks too old to be a leading man opposite Ginger Rogers, but the chemistry between them is still good.

Janette P (es) wrote: The kids want to see it.

Brad T (de) wrote: The book, though wonderful, did not transfer well into film; that's about all that can be said.

Guga C (mx) wrote: The movie is very nice! Is a comedy, and I really did laugh a lot watching it... I really don't understand why critics and audience don't like comedy movies!!!

Jason M (nl) wrote: Similar to Tarkovsky's "The Mirror", I found this a very difficult film to rate. After watching the film, I was upset because I had endured 147 minutes of a disjointed "art" film. Having minored in cinema at university, I sat through a number of these productions and most of them were bad. However, I knew there was more to this than I could understand in one sitting and decided to reserve my judgement. As I read the multitude of online reviews praising this as a 10/10, and one the greatest film of all time, etc. I decided to make sense of what I just viewed. Naomi Watts is brilliant as the protagonist.It is clear to me that most critics and amateur reviewers simply find it easy to ascribe a "perfect 10" to this film so they don't feel out of place with the rest of the Bohemian, artsy mass consensus. I do not think this is nearly one of the greatest films of all time. Then again, this is Lynch, and the viewer needs to understand that going into the movie. He will taunt and design a mind warp because that is his signature and audiences that have become a cult following expect it. Lych conveys a story and feelings in a radically different and unconventional style, which starkly contrasts the "Hollywood" fundamental of storytelling through the cinematic medium.What I find unnecessary is the disjointed plot and leaving the viewer to impossibly put the pieces together. I read websites that try to explain this film and they still come up blank on most of the scenes, although the general story may be deciphered.Would this film stand up if it was simply told in a chronological manner like 99% of other films? Likely not. Perhaps this means the film is not that good and Lynch instead relies on the disjointedness to compensate.This is the type of film that requires more than one viewing. Each time, one will respect it more as artwork and realize its subtle qualities. It does have one quality of a truly great and exceptional film - it lingers with the viewer well after watching.