Sophie Scholl: The Final Days
During Hitler's reign of terror in Germany, some Germans organised to campaign against him. One such group was The White Rose. A young student and her brother were members, and were arrested for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets. This film is their story, especially the show trial before a hanging judge. In German language with English subtitles.
119 minutes , No persons under 13 Biographical, Drama, War, On the art circuit
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Julia Jentsch, Fabian Hinrichs, Gerald Alexander Held, Johanna Gastdorf, André Hennicke, Florian Stetter
Marc Rothemund Screenplay Fred Breinersdorfer Music Reinhold Heil, Johnny Klimek Cinematography Martin Langer Editing Hans Funck Sound formats Dolby Digital Soundtrack Not available
Made in 2005
Produced by Broth Film, Goldkind Filmproduktion
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FPB Report (SA)
Violence Some, strong menace
Drug abuse None
Comments Stong drama about intellectual resistance to Nazism. Very complex themes, potentially confusing and disturbing for pre-teenagers.
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Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Die Burger Laetitia Pople 15
Cape Times Kenneth Turan 15
Mail & Guardian Shaun de Waal 14
The Citizen Peter Feldman 16
Sunday Times Barry Ronge 15 International Media
BBC (UK) Matthew Leyland 15
Box Office (USA) Shlomo Schwartzberg 8
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 15
eye Weekly (Canada) Kieran Grant 10
IMDB 3708 Netizens 16
Average .. 70% 14
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