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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...

Genres
Biography, Documentary, History, War
Director
Barry Avrich
Starring
Rosalie Abella, Alan M. Dershowitz, Fatou Bensouda, Wesley Clark

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Genres Biography, Documentary, History, War
Director Barry Avrich
Writer Barry Avrich
Stars Rosalie Abella, Alan M. Dershowitz, Fatou Bensouda, Wesley Clark
Country Canada
Also Known As Ondskans åklagare - mannen som fällde nazisterna, Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz
Runtime 1 h 23 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020 22:39

I was fortunate to be invited to see this documentary at Sundance, and had a chance to ask questions of the filmmaker, and his editor, and his co-producer, who have worked on many documentaries and are great screenwriters. Here's what I heard about the film. The camera was used in a very professional way, with a really long lens, which made it very visually interesting. There were some very dark scenes, that were interesting to look at. The editing was very effective, and I saw it as a very effective documentary. I was very impressed with how the filmmaker was able to get all the information from his sources, and still present it in a way that was easy to digest and understand. I also liked the way that he used music in some scenes, and even in the title track, which was very effective. I loved the way that the interviews with the people in the concentration camp were presented, and the way that they were connected with the larger story, and how that was brought out. This documentary also had some great music, which helped me to understand the music and to become immersed in the soundtrack. Overall, I was impressed by this documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Holocaust, or just has a strong interest in the history of the Holocaust. This documentary is a must-see for all people, regardless of age, and all people, regardless of political affiliation, are able to appreciate this documentary. I highly recommend this film, and I think it will be a very important film for people, both American and non-American.
Friday, 14 Aug 2020 05:51

When I saw "The Cheat", I was stunned. I found it to be both incredibly disturbing and quite moving. As a movie it was definitely strong, but as a documentary it was quite weak. "The Cheat" tells the story of the first time a journalist discovered a large story of cheating and corruption in the drug trade in Nicaragua. After that, a massive investigation was launched and eventually the same journalist was arrested. The film then traces the entire history of the journalist's conviction and his subsequent release from jail. It covers the history of the Nicaraguan government and the journalists who were involved in this massive story. As a movie, it was quite powerful and gripping. As a documentary, it was very weak. The story is shown from a political perspective and, as a political documentary, it fails miserably. This is a big problem because, in order for a movie to work, the audience should understand what is being said. In this movie, they did not understand what was being said because the movie was shot in the 1990s, the story was not particularly relevant and the characters did not give much to the viewers. In fact, the viewer might think the same thing after seeing the movie. For those who were not familiar with the story, the movie may also be very revealing, because the movie gives a lot of background information about the reporter and his fellow journalists. The only other reason to see this movie is because it is the movie that was responsible for the conviction of journalist Jane Tims. Another reviewer mentioned that the movie focuses on the women in the story and this is true. The women in the movie are extremely important to the story and give great insight into the story. However, as a whole, the movie is weak. I will admit that I did enjoy the story and the message was powerful, but the movie does not give enough information about the events that led to the journalist's conviction. In the end, I think that the movie was interesting, but not powerful enough to be a good movie.
Sunday, 26 Jul 2020 00:08

A lot of people who saw this documentary either didn't like it or thought it was great. I personally thought it was a pretty good documentary. I think it is too good of a job to make a film that is actually based on a true story. The documentary on the subject of the Murrah building was great, but I think this documentary is a great job of how the actual events unfolded and how the government handled the situation. The majority of this film is information that the filmmakers gathered from interviews with the Murrah victims' families, the survivors and their loved ones, and from news articles. It goes into the reasons why the government was behind the shooting, and what they did and what they did not do in regards to the shooting. There are many interviews of people who were involved with the investigation, and of people who are still alive. The interviews are good, the information they get is good, and the facts they get are good. However, the documentary could have been much longer. I do think that some of the interviews could have been included. Another complaint I have is that there is a little bit too much talking about the reasons for the shooting and the conspiracy theories surrounding the government, and not enough information on the actual events of the shooting itself. It is not very well edited and the information is not really necessary to fully understand the events. The documentary would have been a lot better if it had been longer, but it does get the point across. The documentary is not a perfect documentary, but it is a pretty good documentary. I recommend this documentary for people who want to understand the actual events that happened in Oklahoma City on that day, as well as the information that was gathered on that day.


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