you r all nazis
March 20, 2013
Too many Jews.
January 17, 2013
breathtaking, the film was predictable - the silence between generations - and the pain within - during and post discovery of the mysteries of the past - and who was present - and who was present while in mental, emotional absentia. difficult to watch unfold; what a waste of all still 'absent'
November 30, 2012
alelis1240 - In answer to your question, no the world does not think the Jews were the only ones who suffered during WWII. But they were singled out as a race for the most vile cruel treatment in an effort to annihilate them as part of Hitler's plans to have a pure Aryan race take over the world. If you feel Stalin's treatment of those killed in Siberia warrants a movie, I suggest you make one.
November 23, 2012
It is a film about one family's discovery of their grandparents. The reviewer above pouring vitriol on the film because it is not about the millions killed by Stalin has no charity in his heart. The film is an intensely personal document. Some other family could do the same about their history, one does not cancel the other out. Furthermore, the above reviewer should keep in mind that