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A Hidden Life

A Hidden Life is a movie starring August Diehl, Valerie Pachner, and Maria Simon. The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II.

Other Titles
Ukryte życie, Μια Κρυφή Ζωή, Vida oculta, Украдени живот, Une vie cachée, Uma Vida Escondida, Skriveni život, Ein verborgenes Leben, 名もなき生涯, 隱藏的生活, Una vida oculta, Gizli Bir Yaşam, Radegund, Uma Vida Oculta, La vita nascosta - Hidden Life, Kha'yim Nistarim
Running Time
2 hours 54 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, Biography, Drama, Romance
Terrence Malick
Terrence Malick
Maria Simon, Valerie Pachner, Karin Neuhäuser, August Diehl
Germany, UK, USA
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II.

Comments about war «A Hidden Life» (5)

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I was very impressed with the acting of Jake and Tom. The couple is a great depiction of a middle-class, male-dominated household. The men are caricatures of middle-class masculinity, and the women are caricatures of their femininity. It was a very well-rounded portrayal of the typical American household. The script is very well-written and extremely well-acted. I think it is a movie that most Americans can relate to. I highly recommend it. It is a movie that will resonate with the audience.

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Patricia Gonzalez

This film tells the story of a young German girl, Gretl Schoeller, who is sent to live with her uncle in France. This seems like a logical step, and yet it brings about a huge misunderstanding between the two countries. Despite the fact that the film is set in the 1920's, the characters in this film are, in reality, much older. I mean, who says that there is nothing significant about a person's age? And it's not that these characters were immature. In fact, they were very intelligent, and at the same time extremely vulnerable. In order to show how they became so, the film gives them the names of prominent persons in the 20's. We can find references to Hitler, Goebbels, Kurt Vonnegut, and most of all to Gretl Schoeller, a high school student who gets sent away to France. I do not think this is a film that should be shown to children, because there are so many people who will have a hard time following the movie. It's like they watch it for the first time, and then ask themselves "what was the point?" And they will ask the same questions all over again. The only thing I like about the film is the voice-over. In order to show the feelings of the people of the 20's, the voice-over is very interesting. I also liked the music that accompanies the film. I will not give away the plot of the film, but it is very interesting. I give the film 7 out of 10 stars.

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I am not going to say this is an Oscar-worthy film. But it's worth seeing. I found it very well done, and while it is only a half-hour long, it felt longer. As a film about the war, it is important that the viewer get to know the main characters. The film is definitely an accurate depiction of how things were for the Japanese soldiers. In this case, the American soldiers were really just playing supporting roles, as the film shows. However, it's not really accurate of how life was for the Japanese soldiers. The movie makes it clear that the Japanese soldiers were fighting to keep themselves alive, and that's not a pretty sight. However, the movie also shows that the Japanese soldiers were really making sacrifices to protect their families, and that's not a pretty sight. If you're looking for a good, informative, and engrossing movie, then this is a good choice.

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Alexander Green

The films from this time period are of the lesser quality than the older period films because the technology of the time had to be better to portray the world of those times. The picture quality was not that good. The actors looked older than the years of the time. The story was simple and did not leave much to the imagination. The other major issue was the poor casting of all the main characters. Although they all had good performances, none of them could hold a candle to the other actors. For example, Richard Gere was so bad that it was painful to watch. What the hell was he doing in that part? He was just awful. Also, when he was on screen, the camera was at a slow moving angle which made it hard to see what he was saying. Also, the dialogue was over-dramatic. A few of the lines were not that bad, but it seemed as though the writers were trying to make the characters more interesting. The writers and directors could have given this movie a much better film. However, the director did a very good job of showing the destruction of the South in the Civil War. Overall, I think that this film was a good effort, but it was just not good enough. I would recommend this film to those who like Civil War movies, but do not have to pay much for them.

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Well I must say I really liked this film. I saw it in the cinema and thought it was really good, but on video it was OK, but it could have been better. The cinematography was really great, I thought it was amazing. The direction and the cast were really good. I think it was really well directed. I think the actors did a really good job. The lead actor, I think was really good, but I think he could have done better. I think the part where he tried to commit suicide was really sad and it made me feel like I'm really a part of that scene. I also think it was a good idea to show the two halves of the war, when he was in prison, and then when he was in the camp, but I think it would have been better to show the whole thing. The fact that the film is mainly about the guy was really good, because it made me really want to know more about him, but I think he should have done more interviews, to show his story, I think he should have done more. It was a good movie, I think it should have been better, but I really liked it, I really enjoyed it.