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We are good at explaining to ourselves why we do what we do, we are even better at finding reasons to do nothing.
“Amen," a film by Costa-Gavras, is an exploration of the Catholic Church’s failure to speak out against the Holocaust even they they knew what was happening.
He tells the priest that they tried to negotiate using Hungarian Jews on their way to death.... no one was interested.
more of the same nothing new. besides other things coming now to the light of the dayPublished 3 days ago by enrique fernandez
A lot says about political and moral wrong doing by the Catholic church during WWII.Published 17 days ago by Alex Takahashi
Very good and historic movie. Kurt Gerstein, a SS officer with a conscience, tries to help the Jewish citizens in Germany after he finds out what is being done with them in the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronald G. Zeigler
Based on an anti-Catholic play called the Deputy which is NOT BASED ON FACT. HERE ARE THE FACTS: The start of the pontificate of Pius XII occurred at the time of the Second World... Read morePublished 1 month ago by wsoxfan2005
Thank you for being reliable and prompt. My apologies for the late review. DVD quality was good.Published 1 month ago by Eve Ooi
As many reviews indicate, a well-told story will often be taken for fact, no matter how fictional it actually is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia Corboy
VERY WELL DONE!!!
Excellent scenery. The energy, and pace picks up steam as the movie proceeds as do the locomotives that are transporting the jew. Read more