The fainthearted cigar trader Ducker keeps himself quiet during World War II. That changes when parachutist Dorbeck lands in his backyard. It turns out the parachutist bears a remarkable ... See full summary »
Real-life individuals discuss topics on society, happiness in the working class among others and with those testimonies the filmmakers create fictional moments based on their interviews. ... See full summary »
From more than eight million feet of newsreels, amateur footage, tape-recordings and more, David L. Wolper presents a priceless detailed account of the time and events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
This is one of the most calming movies i've ever seen. It shows the easy live. But projected on our days now, nothing has really changed. It just has become more crowded. Very coincidental is that both my late grandfather and the late grandmother of my then future wife are in the same movie only seconds after each other. We weren't born yet in 1963, so, how great are the odds of that. So i'm not all objective about the movie...;-) but still it is a great movie, which shows us a peak in the past. I like these type of movies, they show you that we don't really change. I hope this was useful to you. Just go buy and see it.
It is more fun if you are Dutch obviously.
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