Anschauen Under the Wire

Under the Wire

Under the Wire is a movie starring Ziad Abaza, Janine Birkett, and Edith Bouvier. In 2012, Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin and photographer, Paul Conroy arrived in Syria to tell the story of civilians trapped in Homs, a...

Other Titles
Misión mortal, Dödligt uppdrag, メリー・コルヴィンの瞳, Under The Wire
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Chris Martin
Writer
Chris Martin
Actors
Ziad Abaza, Janine Birkett, Edith Bouvier, Marie Colvin
Country
UK
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 2012, Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin and photographer, Paul Conroy arrived in Syria to tell the story of civilians trapped in Homs, a city under siege and relentless military attack from the Syrian army.

Comments about documentary «Under the Wire» (10)

Deborah Barnes photo
Deborah Barnes

I was lucky enough to catch the screening of this at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. It is an inspiring documentary on the efforts of young men to rise above their parents and fight for their freedom. The father who had been taken from his family by the war and who is now a grandfather, tells his story of the men who are still fighting in the war. He says that he has met many of them at the screening. I can't think of a single man I know who has not gone through the same experience as one of the boys. The father says that his son has no idea of how lucky he is to be in a position where he can support his family. He says that when the father was drafted, he was trying to find a job and that the man who would hire him turned out to be the son of the president of the school he attended. It is not a happy story, but it is a story that we should all be aware of. I would highly recommend seeing this film.

Nathan Romero photo
Nathan Romero

I am a lawyer in the federal courts and I know how the law works. This is a good documentary and it is educational. It is not just about the defendant, but it is about the legal system. The film was based on the testimony of one of the lawyers who worked for this defendant. It was fascinating to hear the testimony of the other lawyers, and the testimony of the judge, who was the prosecutor in the case. The film is also very entertaining and informative. I think that it is very well made and very informative.

Evelyn Cunningham photo
Evelyn Cunningham

I watched this documentary about a year ago. I was a little apprehensive about it as I had seen the original, which was very interesting, but was not nearly as good as this one. I felt the original was more about the people involved and less about the larger issues, and I thought this one was more about the people and their views on the film. I thought the original was a little depressing, and this one was much more positive. I think that the original was a little more focused on the themes, and this one was more focused on the people. I was also surprised by the amount of negative reviews on here, especially with the one star reviews. I have never seen a documentary that got so many negative reviews, but I am sure it was because they didn't like the documentary. I think it is worth watching, especially if you are interested in the issues raised in this film. 8/10

Tammy Thompson photo
Tammy Thompson

I have been following the Charlie Sheen story for years, and for the first time I am able to write this. I had the privilege of interviewing Charlie, and I am very impressed. He told a very detailed story of his first meeting with Michael Jackson. I found this story extremely interesting and refreshing. I also learned that Charlie's parents were Jewish. I wish I could have interviewed them to find out how they felt about this story. If you want to learn more about Charlie's life and how he is now in his 40's, this is the documentary for you.

Edward B. photo
Edward B.

This is one of the few documentaries I've ever seen which actually dealt with the issues facing those affected by the death penalty. I was aware of the stories of the death row inmates, but they were not much more than tabloid fodder, while this film is far more than that. The victims and the people who support them, the government, the judges, and the journalists who covered the trial, all of them are in the film. The final verdict is that these men were not crazy, and most of them should not have been executed. While I know that many of these people were not smart enough to realize what was happening, I don't know that they were crazy. If they had been, it could have been a lot worse. The issue is that they had no one to help them, and no one was able to protect them. In the end, we all just felt sorry for them. This film will make you think, and it will make you think of your own situation, so I say give it a shot. You'll probably like it.

Christine Bradley photo
Christine Bradley

I was skeptical when I saw the title and the short description for this documentary. I had read all of the negative reviews. What I found was a compelling and sobering look at the plight of a mother who has become a refugee from the Nazi party. In this case, she is one of a group of Jewish children who were sent to a camp in the former Czechoslovakia, to be used as political prisoners. They are forced to live in a type of concentration camp that is basically a prison for young people. There is no contact with the outside world. For most of the time, there is only one TV, one radio and one radio. This is a very graphic look at what happened to these children. It is difficult to watch the footage. It is painful to watch the children and their families being abused and mistreated by the guards. There is an incredible amount of suffering on display. There is also the harrowing story of the children's attempts to survive. Some of them have been in a state of constant fear, because they knew that they were in danger. This documentary is a must see.

Alan photo
Alan

I saw this movie for the first time last night and was immediately struck by the incredible complexity of the movie. It is not really a documentary. I mean, there are no real actors. The director is mostly relying on his own imagination to fill in the gaps of the characters. But the way the movie is put together is a testament to the filmmaker's ability to capture the emotions and relationships of his subjects. What I really loved about this movie was how it seemed to be shot from a first person perspective. I can't think of a single other documentary that does that. I think that is what the director was trying to do with the film. He was trying to make us feel what the characters felt. To me, it works perfectly. I thought it was very honest and clear. I am not sure if I would watch it again, but I am definitely going to see it again.

Michelle Burke photo
Michelle Burke

Michael Moore has done an excellent job of making the most boring and complicated subjects accessible. This film is about the Washingtons. It is about George Bush, Jr. It is about the Iraq War, which was the most expensive war in history, and about the Washingtons. The movie was a great success. Everyone knows who the Washingtons are, and they all know who the Bushs are. But the point of the movie is that the people in this film are so complex that it is difficult to know who is who. I had never heard of this movie before it was released, but I was able to follow the story and appreciate the work that Moore did in making this movie. I think it is a very important movie to the people who have never seen it, because they are going to want to see it. I highly recommend this movie. It is a great job that Moore did. I think this movie is worth the time.

Christina R. photo
Christina R.

After watching this movie I wanted to write a review. I am the type of person who is easily impressed by great pictures and a well-thought-out plot. This film is not one of those. The plot is, in my opinion, not only average but, in my opinion, one of the weakest plot points of any movie I've ever seen. The film also suffers from a serious lack of character development. The characters are completely flat and the actors who portray them are not given enough time to develop them. In other words, we don't really get to know any of them. Even the characters who do develop aren't given enough time to develop. The story itself is very slow and too long. It is not as exciting as you'd expect, and the film does not really cover anything important. I could have lived with the length of the film, but the film was not good enough to justify the length. The film is extremely slow and, therefore, I don't think it will appeal to anyone who is looking for a thriller or a film that requires more than two hours of your time. I give the film a 4 out of 10. This movie will not appeal to anyone who is looking for an exciting film.

Edward Weber photo
Edward Weber

This is a documentary about the Australian state of the art film industry in the 1990s. The film is about the relationship between the producers, directors, and actors. It is about the struggles that the producers and the directors have to deal with. This is the first time I have ever seen a documentary about a film industry. The film is very funny and very informative. It is interesting to know that most of the major film companies have a secret motto: "We have one thing in common: we have to make money". The film is informative and interesting. The producers, directors, and actors are really entertaining. The interviewees are really great. They really speak about their experiences and it is really funny to see how they react to the interviews. This is the first documentary about the Australian film industry. I recommend it to anyone who likes to see how the film industry is made.