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(11102) 7.4 174 min 2019

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.

Starring
Valerie Pachner, Maria Simon, Karin Neuhäuser, August Diehl
Genres
Drama, War, Biography, Romance
Director
Terrence Malick

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, War, Biography, Romance
Director Terrence Malick
Writer Terrence Malick
Stars Valerie Pachner, Maria Simon, Karin Neuhäuser, August Diehl
Country Germany, USA, UK
Also Known As Une vie cachée, Radegund, Kha'yim Nistarim, Skriveni život, Uma Vida Oculta, Украдени живот, Ein verborgenes Leben, Una vida oculta, Uma Vida Escondida, Ukryte życie, Vida oculta, La vita nascosta - Hidden Life, Μια Κρυφή Ζωή, 隱藏的生活, Gizli Bir Yaşam, 名もなき生涯
Runtime 2H 54M
Description The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II.

Top reviews

Monday, 14 Sep 2020 15:48

I thought this movie was great. As someone who experienced war, I didn't want to see this movie. The first time I saw it I was just depressed and lost, but it moved me. The last time I watched it I still felt the same way. I think that this movie shows the history of how war is actually fought. I liked the fact that the generals showed how they thought the war would be fought, I think that it was kind of an unfair way. I think that if the generals would have been a little more objective, the war would have ended a lot quicker. And the second part of the movie was good. I like how the scene where the generals explained how they planned to fight the war, and how they failed. It was kind of interesting, it made me think, it was pretty realistic. If the generals would have just wanted to fight the war with their own ideas, and they would have not tried to be like the generals, maybe they would have gotten away with it. I think that this movie is good because it shows the humanity of the generals, and how they could have been better. It shows the atrocities that occurred during the war, which was horrible. I liked the fact that it showed the destruction of the cities during the war. It was a horrible thing to see. The whole thing, the middle part of the movie was really great. I didn't want to see it. It was horrible. It made me feel for the people that were involved in the war, and how they were. I think that it was really sad to see what happened. It made me feel really sad for the war. It was a great movie. I recommend it to everyone.
Monday, 07 Sep 2020 23:33

In 1980, as the war in Korea was winding down, a 25-year old soldier, Gary Slade, travels to the Netherlands to visit his wife (played by Denise Richards) and children. As he enters a small town, he is told that the house in which he was staying was sold. He returns to the US to find a letter for him, but his father, played by the legendary Al Pacino, tells him that his mother, Ellen Redgrave, has been moved to a different town, and that he is to see her in three days. When he arrives, he finds her home is empty, and the home in which he was staying is in the process of being bulldozed. He is determined to get his letter to her, and spends several days hiding from a group of skinheads who are trying to steal the letter. When he finally meets his mother, the two are determined to reunite. When Gary realizes his mother has already moved, he finds himself in a strange situation: his sister, Monica, is with him, but he can't see her. Monica is always upset that his sister is gone, and she is more than ready to tell him that his mother has moved. Gary starts to understand why she is upset, and the two begin to reconcile, but things are complicated by the discovery of Monica's mother and the discovery of their mother's mysterious and increasingly distressing life. "Hidden Life" is the story of a young man, growing up in a family, who is torn between two lives. The young man is clearly very troubled, and his life, which is very bleak, is thrown into turmoil by the appearance of his mother, who seems to be losing her grip on reality. In his first meeting with his mother, he is at first confused, and his attempts to talk to her is met with laughter, as she continues to say that the only reason she was ever a member of the Nazi party was because she had a sick sister. It is then when he realises what a good mother Monica is, and what a good mother he had, that he decides to leave the country, which is a betrayal of his own mother, who has died recently. The fact that Gary is an outcast, his friends and family are all trying to get him to join them, but he is caught between the two worlds he has been growing up in, and when the opportunity comes to make his mother happy, he decides that his life is worth living, and his mother deserves to be happy too. This is a story of two people, living under a blanket of oppression, and fighting for freedom and justice, and it is a story that is both inspiring and sad, because in this story, you see how a poor man can help to bring about a better world. And because of that, you feel for the poor man, and you really feel for his mother, who


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