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Les quatre soeurs

Les quatre soeurs is a TV series starring Claude Lanzmann, Paula Biren, and Ruth Elias. Four interviews done in the 1970s with women who survived the Holocaust.

Other Titles
Shoah: Four Sisters, The Four Sisters, Vier Schwestern
Running Time
4 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Claude Lanzmann, Ruth Elias, Ada Lichtman, Paula Biren
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Four interviews done in the 1970s with women who survived the Holocaust.

Comments about history «Les quatre soeurs» (20)

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Benjamin Schultz

This film follows the life of a young woman, a pregnant woman, who in a land of 500,000 women, only one woman in the whole of France has the right to own her own land. This is the same as the right of every human being in the world, that is, to own the land they live on. The film is well done, well directed, and well acted. It is hard to believe that the French government has done this to their own people. A young woman, Julie, is born and lives in a country where the law is so cruel that it is almost impossible to exist. It is a film that shows the reality of a young woman, and the hard reality of a woman who is faced with the harsh reality of life. The film is very moving and shows the true feelings of a woman, who is trying to keep her life and her land. The film is well made, with great acting. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a film that is well made and well acted.

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As a fan of Jacques Dutronc's work, I was very interested to see this movie and it has been great to see his work on film. The documentary is short and straightforward, with lots of facts and pictures of the area, the people, and the stories and of Dutronc himself. I recommend this movie to all who want to see Dutronc's work, which is a very difficult work to get access to.

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Austin M.

This documentary is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is highly factual, and will definitely entertain you. It also gives you a sense of what it is like to be in a place like Auschwitz. I recommend it highly.

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Elizabeth Peters

The first half of this movie is about the two world wars, the second half about the present day. The documentary starts by focusing on the rivalry between the US and Russia. The Russians are seen as the most powerful country in the world, and the Americans as the weak, almost helpless, country. The film is done in a slow, smooth manner, and the focus is on the two main actors: Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. The director, Martin Schoeller, is a good film maker, and his documentary style suits the subject. The documentary is a bit slow, and the end is a bit unsatisfying, but the whole story is quite interesting.

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Ronald Rivera

I had the pleasure of seeing this documentary at a screening in San Francisco, and was blown away by the power of this film. The film shows the true story of the infamous "Rappler" and his people who refused to allow Jews to be shipped to the concentration camps. It shows the untold story of how the Nazis felt about the "Rappler" and the "Jewish population of the Netherlands." This film is the epitome of a documentary, and it should be mandatory viewing in every high school in the United States. The film begins with the infamous "Rappler," a man with a strong moral compass, who was created by the Nazi party as a way to cleanse the Netherlands of Jews. The Rappler tells the story of his early life as a "Jewish Doctor" and his experiences during the Holocaust. He lived a sheltered life, and had to hide from the Nazis. After the war, he was sent to the "extermination" camp. It was there that he was able to gain a wide audience of people and convince them to do his work. What he did in the camp is not important. What is important is how the Dutch Jews lived. The Rappler tells the story of their lives and the sacrifices that they made in order to keep their culture and family intact. The film is powerful, and must be seen by every American.

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Joseph Walsh

This is a great film. I am a fan of political documentaries and the filmmaker, Marc Caro, does an amazing job of conveying his point of view through his videos. The first part of the film focuses on the two most recent presidential elections. It is amazing to see the sheer scale of the damage caused by the most recent elections. The second part of the film is about the current crisis in Venezuela. The former president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, has been forced to step down. The new president, Nicolas Maduro, is a fairly moderate politician. This film is well worth seeing. The second half of the film is mostly focused on the current crisis in Venezuela. It is very interesting to see the reactions of the Venezuelan people to the current crisis. I have seen this film twice and it is a great way to start your day.

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Diane M.

This film is a portrait of the lives of a small group of people who had the misfortune of living in a place that was once the site of the greatest human catastrophe of all time. This film is a must see for anyone who has ever been to the place where the first atomic bomb was dropped on Japan. It was a horrific event that changed the world forever. The film is divided into sections, each one showing a different aspect of the disaster. Each section is shot by a different artist. The first section focuses on the people that were evacuated from the city. The second section focuses on the Japanese people who were in the city during the attack. The third section focuses on the people who lived in the city during the attack. Each section is well acted and well photographed. The documentary ends on a personal note of hope. I can only recommend this film to anyone who has ever lived in a place like this. It's a must see for anyone who has ever heard of the atomic bomb or lived in a place like this.

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Thomas O.

This film is truly an amazing accomplishment. It is an unprecedented cinematic experience. The directors, producer and actors all put their hearts and souls into this. It is an amazing documentary that captures the essence of the human spirit and the power of love.

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There are no bad guys in this film, no one, but there is a lot of talk and a lot of questions. And it's worth it. If you like documentaries, you'll love this one.

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Jane G.

I'm not an expert on the Haitian Revolution, I don't know if the people who lived in these places were really oppressed or not. All I know is that the end result was a revolution that lasted a few decades. This documentary covers a lot of ground and is very informative. The interviews are mostly with people who are familiar with the revolution and are very well done. Most of the interviews are with Haitians, but many people from other countries speak about the revolution. The film is very informative and has a very interesting voice-over narration. I found it very interesting how many different countries were involved in the revolution. It is interesting to hear that some of the Haitians who were involved in the revolution were actually the ones who were more educated and better educated than the people who are interviewed. If you're interested in the Haitian Revolution or want to learn more about it, this documentary is a must see.

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This documentary tells the story of a French actor, named Jean-Louis Trintignant (Michel Serrault), who, during the Second World War, played a German soldier in a film. After the war, he was accused of treason and was sent to prison. The film shows Trintignant's situation in prison and how he gets out. The film is very well done. I really like how the film is told. It was nice to see a documentary about a man who lived through the horrors of the Holocaust. The film is a good look at the history of the war and the lives of the people who lived through it. This is an important movie and it should be seen by everyone.

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Justin P.

In the post-war years, Europe became embroiled in the most difficult and violent period in its history. Fascism was on the rise, and the Nazi Party was on the march. Most of the films made in the process of this struggle, from "The Last Day" to "The Italian Job", are masterful in their ability to focus on the dehumanization of the people they are attempting to portray, as well as the end of the world. This film, however, is a different kind of film. It is not concerned with the horrors of war, but with the human psyche of the human beings involved. As a result, we are given an incredibly moving and intimate look at the personalities of these people. This film tells the story of these people from their childhood through adulthood, and it does so in a way that is very rare, and which I think is the most important part of the film. It is a fascinating portrait of a generation, and it is impossible to watch this film without being moved. In its way, "The Last Day" is a masterpiece.

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I was really looking forward to seeing this film, but I was a bit disappointed with it. The story is well told and the cinematography is great, but the film was a bit slow in parts and it felt like a lot of the information was missing. Also, there was a lot of footage that wasn't in the film. I was especially disappointed in the scene where the four members of the family were doing a documentary about the horrors of the concentration camp. It was an important part of the story, but it was missing in the film. It was really disappointing because the film was really well done and I really wanted to see it. However, it is still a very good film. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see it, but if you have read the book, it might not be the same. I'm still waiting for the DVD release.

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The beautiful film is directed by Pierre Dardenne and its cinematographer is Emmanuel Tuggeras. It is the third of three books he wrote, following his first two books, "Mon pere, ou mon pere" (1977) and "A Moment of Peace" (1981). The story concerns a French-Canadian family that takes in a young boy who has a major mental illness. The father, Pierre, is a professor at a university in Montreal. His wife, Catherine, is a professor in Montreal's school of philosophy. The children are the children of the divorced mother and the father. Pierre, who seems to be one of the most successful people in his community, is reluctant to be a mentor to his son. Catherine, on the other hand, wants to take him on her own. When Pierre cannot persuade his wife to let him take his son on his own, Catherine brings him to the university. At the university, the father and the son learn about the world. They learn about women, and the value of education, even when it involves seeking help from other people. The young boy learns about love, relationships, religion, and life. The film is beautifully photographed, and the voice-over narration by Pierre Dardenne is excellent. The cast is good, and I particularly liked the voice-over by the father, Pierre Dardenne. It is the voice-over narration that has the power to move, to communicate, to inform. Pierre Dardenne is one of the best French-Canadian filmmakers working today.

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Gary R.

This is a movie about the crimes and horrors of the 20th century. We get a good look at the atrocities of the Holocaust, the Armenian genocide and the Rwandan genocide. I was impressed with the depth and accuracy of the movie. It does not glorify these atrocities, it only tells of them. I was surprised to see that the atrocities of the 20th century were not acknowledged as genocide until after the genocide had been committed. This movie is one of the few to tell of the atrocities committed by the Nazis. The story is told through the eyes of a German journalist. The director of the film is an Armenian. The director also has a Jewish grandfather. It is a very interesting documentary and should be seen.

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Dorothy M.

This is a wonderful film. The video was not made to be shown on a normal TV. The quality of the video is excellent. The documentary starts with the actual date of the assassination. It follows the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The film shows that people have a great respect for King. The entire time, the film is moving and exciting. The film shows how the right wing of the country is constantly fighting to preserve the American way of life. There is a great scene when the camera goes to the living room of King's home. The television is tuned to CNN. The movie is a good lesson for all people. It shows that there is no one who will stop any man who wants to make a difference in the world. It also shows that people who are educated and open-minded are the ones who are most likely to stop all these "trolls".

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Mildred Perez

I've seen the original, so I'm not really familiar with the other films. I think the other films are not as good as the first. I think this film is more of a documentary, than a documentary. It was really interesting to see the day-to-day life of the prisoners, and I think the prisoners were treated really well. The film also shows the psychological issues of the prisoners, and how difficult it was to live in such a situation. I think the movie is really interesting and it does show how hard it was for the prisoners, and how much they struggled. I think this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, and I think it should be shown in schools as well.

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Kimberly Baker

I have read many reviews on this film and was very curious about the movie. As a born-again Christian, I was totally captivated by the power of the message, the documentary style presentation and the amazing cinematography. I loved the emotional and personal story of these women, and how they came together. These women have shown how powerful God can be through the miracle of a pregnancy. This is a very special documentary and I am not going to compare it to any other because it is so different from any other documentary. The people involved with this project are amazing and their stories should be shared. If you are a Christian, and you have had a difficult pregnancy, you should definitely see this movie.

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Stephanie Robertson

This film is a stunning study of a small group of the French elite who, in their extraordinary fashion, managed to prevent a communist revolution from taking place. The greatest difficulty that the French bourgeoisie had to face, is that they had to be willing to set aside their moral and political principles in order to pursue their personal interests and protect their own property. If they had only known the moral and political principles that their country had already established, they would not have had to resort to such measures. This film is very well made. The images are beautiful, the narration is powerful, and the explanations are profound. The discussion between the leaders of the French bourgeoisie, in which the question of the role of religion is broached, is highly significant, as it is a major theme of the French Revolution.

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Diane Meyer

I saw this movie for the first time as a young teen, and it really affected me for a long time. I wasn't then and am not now. I feel that the media today have always tried to tell us the most sensationalistic stories, often times exaggerated, and I find it very difficult to believe that the French government was behind these and other stories, and that they did not want the public to know the truth. I found it a bit ironic that many of the soldiers involved in these atrocities were boys that had never been to the movies. It is an extremely important movie, and it should be shown in schools and colleges, especially as an example of how the media influences the public's opinion.