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Prosecuting Evil

Prosecuting Evil is a movie starring Rosalie Abella, Fatou Bensouda, and Wesley Clark. A portrait of Ben Ferencz, the last surviving Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, who continues to wage his lifelong crusade in the fight for law and...

Other Titles
Ondskans åklagare - mannen som fällde nazisterna, Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz
Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, War, Biography, Documentary
Director
Barry Avrich
Writer
Barry Avrich
Actors
Alan M. Dershowitz, Rosalie Abella, Fatou Bensouda, Wesley Clark
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A portrait of Ben Ferencz, the last surviving Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, who continues to wage his lifelong crusade in the fight for law and peace.

Comments about history «Prosecuting Evil» (7)

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Joyce W.

I watched the documentary "The Harvest" on History Channel, which is part of the series "World News" by Mark Himmelstein, and I must say, I was impressed. I know Mark Himmelstein as the co-author of the book "The Search for Hitler" which explains how people sought out to find the source of the evidence that Hitler may have been the guy in charge of the concentration camps at the end of the war. What I really enjoyed was the documentary's explanation of the source of the evidence that Hitler may have been the guy in charge of the concentration camps. In other words, it wasn't the evidence, it was the desire to find the source. This is a really interesting documentary because it explains how the desire for the discovery of the source of evidence came to be. From the people who dug up the evidence, to the trial of the perpetrator who committed the crime of causing the concentration camps. This is really a documentary that gives a real sense of the mindset of these individuals. I must say, this is an excellent documentary that explains the problem of how to investigate the truth behind a crime that is not really committed by the perpetrator. The main strength of the documentary is the explanation of the motivation behind the search for the source of evidence. In addition, the documentary also includes a personal statement by Mark Himmelstein, which he made while he was in prison. This personal statement is of such an important part of the documentary because it is almost impossible to explain how someone would have their own personal motives in a war that they didn't know that was being fought on that day. I think that this documentary really emphasizes the fact that even in the best of circumstances, there are people who want to do the right thing and want to find the truth behind a crime committed in the name of Nazi Germany. This documentary also shows that in the end, when the idea of the discovery of the source of evidence becomes more and more likely, that the truth of the discovery will come out. I hope that this documentary will be able to make people realize that even in the worst of circumstances, there are people who want to do the right thing.

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Brenda Rivera

It's a long time since I've seen this documentary and I was shocked by the amount of time it took to play out, including the "spoiler" at the end. It's a very compelling story, with some excellent interviews. For example, I especially liked the one with the Jesuit priest who was accused of sexual abuse. It was an interesting story. I thought the acting was pretty good. I also enjoyed the music. I've never seen a documentary on the same subject, but I think I'll check it out soon. It's an interesting story, well told. I think it would have been better if it was more heavily edited. However, it still is worth seeing.

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Jerry Palmer

A very good documentary about the infamous 1988 US-backed coup in Nicaragua. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and feel it is an important story to be told. It tells the story of the US government's involvement in the country and the US State Department's view of the situation. The film shows the way the US government pushed the US-backed coup, by starting to isolate the country, to get a better deal from the US and the US government. I thought it was interesting to see the way the US government wanted to keep the people in the country, and to remove the opposition. I found it interesting to see how the US government tried to change the regime, by making sure the US-backed dictator, Daniel Ortega, was in power. I found it interesting to see the US government's handling of the situation, in the beginning, and how it changed throughout the film. I also enjoyed hearing about the people who were being tortured and killed in the country, and how the US government has never once apologized for the actions. I thought that the US government's actions were justified, because they wanted to see the country prosper. The US government had a huge stake in the country, and it was their government that decided to go in there. The US government wanted to make sure that Daniel Ortega was in power, and that he could protect the people. I think that the US government was justified in their actions, because they wanted to see that the people of the country prosper. I think that it is a very good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the US government's involvement in the country.

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Kathy

This documentary, which is fascinating and very well made, was very well done. I have to say I think the film isn't for everyone, as the interviews are very interesting. It is however a very difficult subject to go into and quite an engrossing documentary, which also deals with the strange and somewhat odd side of the Holocaust. I also have to add that it deals with quite a few historical facts that I haven't heard about. For example the rather aggressive behaviour of the Germans towards the Jewish population, the odd relationship between the Goyim and the Jews, the behaviour of the Goyim towards the Germans, the funny thing is that I've never heard anything about that. However, if you have heard about it and you know nothing about it, then this documentary will still be a great documentary for you. The main problem is that there are a few interviews that are fairly outdated. The other problem is that it is quite a long documentary, and the way it's told is rather awkward, and more of a documentary than a documentary in my opinion. Still, I have to admit that it's very well made, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Andrea B.

We see a couple of world war 2 flashbacks, one showing the invasion of France, and the other showing the German's efforts to take Berlin. This is the most telling segment of the documentary, showing a war that we all know and are familiar with. There's a lot of footage of the invasion of France, and it's amazing to see the German military equipment on the field. There's also a lot of footage of the German soldiers getting shot. This footage is somewhat interesting, but it doesn't show the personal conflicts that the people go through. There's a lot of eye candy in the men and women, and there's even a lot of focus on the women, but not enough to make it a memorable documentary. Also, the documentary just ends a few minutes into the film, and it's not like the guys really go into the end of the war. There's a lot of downtime in this, and it's not enough time to make this an enjoyable documentary. You can still get something out of it, but it's not something that I'll watch over and over.

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Marie

* SPOILERS * When I saw this film, I thought it was great. I thought it was amazing, the performances were great. However, as I was watching this film, I began to understand that a lot of the history in this film was all fiction. For example, during the times of the Nazi era, there were many divisions of soldiers in the Polish army. In the film, a lieutenant, Bielczynski, is assigned to investigate the assassination of Kieslowski. However, when he investigates, he finds evidence of corruption. I think it was the actors that made this film good. Anne Bielczynski as Karen Donohue was incredible. She was exceptional as well as Samuel L. Jackson as Grosz. I think Samuel L. Jackson was amazing as the antagonist who was murdering soldiers. He is truly evil. This is his best role. For this role he was very impressive. I also thought Dacascos as Janoski was excellent. I thought that the character was well written. I really liked the character. Dacascos did an excellent job. In conclusion, I think this was a very good film and I give it a 7/10.

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Kathleen P.

I can't say that I totally agree with all of the conclusions that the film draws, and that is no surprise. At a certain point I just wanted to see what would happen, instead of the constant questions of how the evidence was presented. I also found myself not really caring whether or not many of the people were wrong. To me, that was sad. A lot of the men are suffering for a reason. You can't just ignore the evidence to reach the conclusion. The film is also just a bit over-dramatic. I think it is mainly because the filmmakers didn't want to tell the truth, but also because they felt like they had to make the film look like the truth.