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They Shall Not Grow Old

Through ground breaking computer restoration technology, filmmaker Peter Jackson's team creates a moving real-to-life depiction of the WWI, as never seen before in restored, vivid colorizing & retiming of the film frames, in order to honor those who fought and more accurately depict this historical moment in world history.

Other Titles
他們不再老去, Yaslanmayacaklar, Pour les soldats tombés, I młodzi pozostaną, Eles Não Envelhecerão, Akik már nem öregszenek meg, Ta Men Yi Bu Zai Bian Lao, They Shall Not Grow Old - Per sempre giovani, Ellos no envejecerán, Jamás llegarán a viejos
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary, War
Director
Peter Jackson
Writer
Esat Ozcan
Country
UK, New Zealand
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about history «They Shall Not Grow Old» (14)

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Donald Hawkins

This film is about the great war of 1914 and the conflicts that were created during it. The film gives a very in-depth look at the human costs of the conflict, showing the hardship and the sacrifices that were made. It also shows the successes and failures of the British and the German armies. It is a very thorough look at the war and shows that the British and the Germans both did their part in the war, but the Americans were the ones who got the credit. The film also shows the personal stories of the people involved in the war and it is very moving and informative. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the war or who is a war enthusiast.

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Maria

I don't think anyone who has seen the movie will be disappointed with this documentary. Some may find it confusing, but it is a very good insight into the experiences of those who fought the war and the people who supported them. What made the war different from other conflicts in history, for example WW1, is that it was so personal. The first few minutes of the film is about how the German and British soldiers were hated by the population of the countries they were fighting. Then the story goes back to the soldiers who were on the front lines and showed what they saw and experienced. It's interesting to see the point of view of a very young soldier who had no idea what was going on, and yet he was there. The film is also about the battles and the civilians caught in the middle. The movie was very well done, and I think that it could have been a lot longer. I would have liked to see a bit more about the various countries involved in the war and their role in the war. It would have given more information on the people involved. The biggest issue I have with the movie is that the battle scenes are extremely brief, and there is no real background information to back up the battles. The battle scenes are very well done, but it would have been better if they were longer. The war is over, but it doesn't mean that the film is over. We need to have a long-term view of what the war was about and the events that led to it. This film does that. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know what the war was about.

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Jennifer H.

I watched this documentary at a screening in San Francisco and I was blown away. It's an incredible story of a Jewish family who were forced to leave their homes and move to a town in Poland where they were forced to work for the Nazis. It's a fascinating and fascinating story. It's not only about the Holocaust, but it's about the Jewish people in general. It's also about the Holocaust itself. It's a very moving documentary that is very, very important to watch. It's very emotional and very, very important.

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Harry

This is the first of a two part documentary that focuses on the potential of a breeding program to save the woolly mammoth from extinction. The film shows that despite the successful results of the first breeding program, there is still a lot of work to do to keep the animals alive. The film also shows that the more intensive the breeding program becomes, the more successful the results will be. The film is also interesting to see how a young man who works for a company that makes the mammoth's "skins" gets into the project. This young man also explains the complex bureaucratic process that goes into getting the mammoth's skins and how he comes to work for the company. Another interesting aspect of the film is that the documentary is based on the fact that a Chinese company was interested in using the mammoth's DNA for a new line of skin cosmetics. The film also shows how the mammoth's DNA is used in products such as cosmetics and hair care products. Overall, this is an informative film and an important documentary about the future of the mammoth. It's a good film that shows the evolution of the mammoth and how it was discovered, but it's also an important film that shows the true value of a mammoth.

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Doris

If you're looking for a political documentary that tells the story of how the British Empire came to its end, this is it. It tells the story of the political decision made by the British government to end the British Empire in India. The movie goes into great detail about the events that led up to this decision and how it came to be made. It goes into the reasoning behind this decision and the effect it had on the people of India and the world. In my opinion, this movie is a must watch. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in politics, or just looking for a good history lesson.

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Dylan

A touching documentary that takes us back to the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. It is beautifully shot and edited and the story is so compelling that you can't help but be moved. However, the film is not without its problems. The editing is jarring and the audio is often cut off mid-sentence. The film tries to focus on the conflict between the Basque separatists and the Franco government but then jumps between the two. The film also never really explains what led to the conflict, and the documentary is very uneven. In addition, the film is not entirely unbiased. We see the side that is always painted as the good guys, and it is rarely made clear how the separatists truly want to achieve their goals. The film is very uneven and the editing is jarring. In summary, the film is good, but it could have been a lot better. It could have been more balanced and informative. The film is not without its flaws, but it is still a great film to watch. 8/10

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Christopher

The BBC has finally given the world the right to see this well-made, thoroughly researched, deeply moving documentary about the Armenian Genocide. For nearly a quarter of a century, the BBC has had a special section devoted to the subject, called "What Is The Genocide." This one was specially edited and made available on DVD so that people could have access to this subject, not just the BBC. The entire documentary is about the Armenian Genocide and the people who were involved in it. It starts with the Turkish Government's statement on the genocide, which, in my opinion, was quite misleading. Then it goes into the facts of what happened during the genocide, and who was involved in it. What I enjoyed the most was the sheer number of people who have been interviewed. I was amazed at the number of people who were willing to speak about their experiences of what happened. Many were able to recount the events to their grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and many people even told me that they had seen the documentaries themselves. This is a must-see documentary. Highly recommended.

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Ann Coleman

This film was excellent. As it's title implies, it is a look into the life of an RAF pilot. The story is simple but it's made very clear how it was for these men who lived it. The cinematography is excellent and the editing is also very good. The acting is very good, as is the script. It's very entertaining, and it's one of the best documentaries I've seen. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the RAF and WWII. It's very well made, and it's an excellent movie. It's not meant to be anything more than a look into one of the greatest moments in history. I rate this 9/10.

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Lisa Hudson

I was completely riveted during this film. There is no talking or narrative structure in this film, it's all about the impact and the impact it had on me. The film is from a man that has had a long and interesting career. He is in the midst of a 30 year tour of duty in Iraq, and he has been through a lot in his career. He is the first to speak about the problems the troops have, the struggle for basic education for the children, the war and the abuses that have been done to the troops. He also talks about the mistreatment and torture of the troops. There is a great deal of information to be learned from this film. It is a must see. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the war in Iraq. 9 out of 10.

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Angela V.

This is a very well-made documentary about the many and varied reasons why the Jews in World War II and the Holocaust were persecuted and killed. I was particularly moved by the depiction of how an entire family was abandoned, the pain and anguish that was brought about by the death of a loved one, the frustration of knowing that you can't help anyone in your family and the horror of knowing that a loved one was the victim of an act of genocide. These are some of the things that I found most moving about the film. A lot of what is shown in the film is hard to watch. The scenes of Holocaust survivors and children being photographed and filmed are especially disturbing. But there are also some things that are more tragic. One of them is the way that the survivors were treated and abused by the German soldiers. Some of them are so physically and psychologically damaged that they are unable to speak or even understand what is being said to them. One of the most interesting scenes was a soldier named Captain Schutz, who was captured by the Germans and taken to a concentration camp. He was beaten, tortured, and humiliated all at the same time. He was not allowed to leave the camp, so he kept repeating, "This is not my fault." After he was beaten and tortured, he was taken to the basement, where he was forced to watch a Nazi propaganda film that was being played on the video screen. He was then forced to watch the film over and over again, until he was finally able to escape. The movie is a powerful story of survival and dignity and it is a reminder of the bravery of the survivors. It also is a reminder of the brutality that was inflicted on the Jews during the Holocaust. This movie is very well done.

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Tyler

The history of the Holocaust is an extremely complex and complex issue. Many people have tried to make a film about it, but most of the films have been bad. But, this film is very good. This film is extremely important to watch, and it makes you think about the events in the Holocaust, and how people are affected by it. The acting in this film is great. The movie is about the history of the Holocaust, and the people that were involved in it. It is very interesting, and the film is very good.

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Kelly S.

This is a very interesting documentary, the only one I've seen so far that focuses on the subject of the Holocaust. I would have liked to have seen more of the 'good guys' and less of the 'bad guys'. I found myself quite shocked at times, especially at the scenes in Poland. I found the fact that the film was not in English, but in Polish, quite interesting. It showed me that we still have a lot of work to do, and that we should not forget to remind people about the Holocaust. It also showed me that it is very difficult to prevent the repetition of the Holocaust, as many people did not care about the Holocaust as long as they could be alive. I found it very interesting, and I am looking forward to the next one. 8/10

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Lawrence

I thought the movie was well done, with some great footage. The story behind the footage was interesting and well-paced, with many fascinating insights into the atrocities of World War II. My only complaint is that the book, which I read in high school, was not nearly as engaging as the movie. I would have appreciated it being the same length, and the ending being different. I would also have appreciated it being more of a documentary, and less of a battle report. The movie is very informative, but not as much fun as the book.

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Ruth

I was expecting a movie with a lot of information and some facts about the Holocaust, but what I got was a movie that could have been much better. The movie had a good plot, but it was not very good. The movie could have been better with a better story, and a better director. I would recommend this movie to people who want to know about the Holocaust, and to people who want to learn more about the Holocaust.