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Sophie Scholl [Blu-ray] (2005)

Julia Jentsch , Alexander Held , Marc Rothemund  |  PG |  Blu-ray
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Julia Jentsch, Alexander Held, Fabian Hinrichs, Johanna Gastdorf, Andre Hennicke
  • Directors: Marc Rothemund
  • Format: Blu-ray, Import
  • Language: German
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Drakes Avenue
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001D1F8N4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,101 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Theatrical Trailer
The Making of Featurette
Never before seen deleted and alternate scenes
Historical Interviews about the real Sophie Scholl and the White Rose, including archival footage.
Over 210 minutes of extras! --Extras

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UK Import Blu-Ray/Region All pressing. Set in Munich in 1943. Brother and sister, Sophie and Hans Scholl are members of student resistance group 'White Rose' against the Nazi regime and are arrested for distributing fliers around the University. The two students are interrogated and Hans finally breaks down and confesses. Sophie has no choice but to defend her beliefs and protect her brother and her friends. Based on the real activities of the 'White Rose' resistance group, recovered interrogation papers and witness interviews.

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152 of 162 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A real hero October 27, 2006
Based on newly available documents, this "real story" retells some aspects of the White Rose resistance movement. The center piece of the movie is the interrogation of Sophie by a devoted Nazi, who nevertheless tries to save her and tries to build bridges for her, which she can not agree to cross. This is very intense and thrilling, Julia Jentsch is great and convincing as Sophie, but so is the interrogator.

The climax is the court procedure with Freisler in the chair. The court atmosphere may be nearly unbelievable to those who are not familiar with the history of Nazi "jurisprudence". It shows very well what anybody could have found himself up against for "crimes" like distributing leaflets.

Some reviews are putting this small masterpiece on par with The Downfall which came out about the same time. I do not manage to agree. For me, the Downfall movie lacks the clarity of meaning that Sophie has. I found it rather disturbingly ambiguous, to the extent that I saw it as propaganda for the wrong side. There is no such doubt with Sophie.
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beliefs and Bravery December 4, 2006
SOPHIE SCHOOL - THE FINAL DAYS is one of those films made more powerful by the understated production values. The script, yes, the story itself, is so powerful that it doesn't need big battle scenes or full-fledged staged crowd scenes to make it work: the dialogue among the actors speaks volumes.

Written by Fred Breinersdorfer based on documents from life and directed with enormous sensitivity by Marc Rothemund the film takes place in the last days of the lives of members of the anti-Nazi resistance movement The White Rose in 1943. Sophie Scholl (Julia Jentsch), her brother Hans (Fabian Hinrichs) and their friend Christoph (Florian Stetter) are organizers for creating leaflets warning the populace of Germany of the ills ahead should Hitler and his Hessians remain in power. They are caught, imprisoned and interrogated. Sophie's interrogator Robert Mohr (Gerald Alexander Held), though strong, does seem to understand Sophie's explanations for her denial of participation in the spreading of leaflets, but Sophie has the courage to speak out against the current government. Hans is likewise interrogated and when he confesses to the leaflet incident he is implicating both Sophie and Christoph and the three are brought before a vicious tribunal. Christoph pleads for his life and Sophie and Hans request that his life as a father be spared but the charges are made of iron and the three are convicted and immediately executed.

The fact that the story is true makes it all the more moving. Observing the inordinate amount of courage in standing firm for beliefs - especially in Sophie's case - is humbling for the viewer. How many of us, under similar circumstances would have that degree of conviction of ideals and bravery?
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108 of 121 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Interrogation July 30, 2006
Sophie Scholl (a committed, intelligent, idealistic Julia Jentsch) is a young German woman dedicated to bringing down the Third Reich.

It's 1943, the Germans are losing untold numbers of their men in Stalingrad, the news has leaked into Germany about the Final Solution and the young and college educated are risking their lives and that of their families by distributing leaflets all over Europe discrediting the War and Hitler...which is considered a death penalty offense.

Sophie and her brother Hans (Fabian Hinrichs) are caught and arrested and the bulk of the film deals with Sophie's interrogation by a government functionary, Robert Mohr (a sleazy, squirrelly Alexander Held).

For several days and until her brother Hans confesses, Sophie holds her own and even betters Mohr. Julia Jentsch is extremely effective in portraying Scholl's idealism and burning intelligence. Her Sophie is a leader, a firebrand: someone who accepts the consequences of her actions without remorse and without pointing fingers towards anyone but herself.

Too much of what Mohr spouts is pedantic, Nazi drivel whereas Sophie's responses are likewise pedantic, pie-in-the-sky and emotional. What makes their exchanges interesting is that they are based on official Gestapo records available only since German reunification. Despite all of this or maybe because of it, these interrogation scenes crackle with fire and truth: both Sophie and Mohr fully committed to their cause.

"Sophie Scholl: Die letzten Tage" along with the recent "Downfall" are more important as social statements rather than artistic ones. They are both shining examples of a country facing its past squarely in the face and recognizing and releasing its collective ghosts and demons: the first step towards redemption.
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`Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage' (`Sophie Scholl - The Final Days') follows the last six days of the life of Sophie Scholl, member of `The White Rose' small anti-Nazi organization that protested against Hitler through the non-violence method in the war-time Munich. Her life had been filmed in Germany twice before - `The White Rose' by Michael Verhoeven, and `The Five Last Days' by Percy Adlon both in 1982. Unfortunately I haven't seen them, but the fact proves that this anti-war organization during the WWII in Germany, some part of which still remain mystery, has been always a very fascinating topic in that country.

Now, using the unpublished materials that were unavailable then, German director Marc Rothemund made another film based on this important episode in the German history. This time he gives stress to the realistic description of the last six days of Sophie Scholl, a 21-year-old college student who was arrested with her brother during the political activities against the Nazi in 1943.

Actually Sophie was only posting and scattering the anti-Hitler fliers in college campus, but that was enough for the Nazi; at first, however, they were not sure. Sophie is just an ordinary student, and the Nazi interrogator Robert Mohr was not convinced.

The film spends considerable time in depicting the dialogues between Sophie Scholl and Robert Mohr, and the rising tension between two real-life characters, supported by historical material and strong acting, is one of the most impressive parts of the film. Consequently the film becomes a bit talky sometimes, but both Julia Jentsch (`The Edukators') and Gerald Alexander Held did a fantastic job as two realistic persons with souls, without making them too saintly or monstrous.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must Have For Social Studies Teachers.
A much needed addition to the history of WWII! The true story of college students who had the tremendous moral courage to resist the insanity of Nazi oppression. Read more
Published 6 days ago by EDWARD D. JUILLARD
5.0 out of 5 stars "Sophie Scholl" = a rare but most Brilliant 'Light' in the extreme...
Fascinating and deeply inspiring film (about WWII Germany) and the true story of 'Sophie Scholl' as well as the courageously humane 'White Rose' movement = a group of intrepid... Read more
Published 7 days ago by Book & Music thief, from HI
4.0 out of 5 stars The White Rose should live on
Why is it that no one in the US knows about Sophie Scholl? She actually is a young woman hero of the first order who paid dearly for her views and (somewhat inept) attempts to stop... Read more
Published 12 days ago by Alphonse Mulaney
5.0 out of 5 stars but it is a very excellent movie. It tells the story of arrest
It's in German and there is a lot of talking and some very dramatic music, but it is a very excellent movie. Read more
Published 21 days ago by Bwhami
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie!
Great movie!!! I really liked this movie prompted me to learn more about the White Rose, Sophie Scholl, the resistance movement, and Roland Freisler.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars Makes a tremendous impact.
History can teach us so much. I pray Americans never give up the right of free speech, even in the face of government retaliation. Read more
Published 1 month ago by 1farstar
5.0 out of 5 stars Sophie Scholl
I had relatives who served in World War II, and emphasized to me not all Germans were Nazi, and opposed Hitler. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Gary W. Phelps
5.0 out of 5 stars A statement for our generation
This is a must see for our generation. The story of courage and integrity of a young woman and her brother to stand against the accepted political thinking of their day. Read more
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