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As I said in my opening remarks, the true story of the Nazi euthanasia movement has yet to be written, much less filmed.
This film is a creative attempt to demonstrate how so many "good" Germans were sucked into a narcotic-like dependence on the Nazi Party in pre-WWII Germany.
I don't want to ruin the movie for people who didn't watch it yet, and even though I don't like the acting that much, I am fascinated by the story.
I enjoyed the acting, and as always, Viggo Mortensen is good in this as well. The other actors were also very good. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mari G. H.
Very dry and much disappointing. I would not recommend this picture, simply because I'm sort of a Germany history buff and the story is just not what I expected. Read morePublished 5 months ago by man2man
This film was slow moving, but that was the point. It showed the audience how a man by steps slowly taken can miss the mark when it comes to actually doing good. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bookworm2
While the film is not as understandable as C. P. Taylor's play, the film is very, very good. The play employs music throughout, and that does not do well in the film version. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Medine
This film showed the slippery slope that some germans were caught in when it came to the Nazis
well done film BUT pacing at times glacial
all actors did a... Read more