Its was real, but now it also looks real and in color
When I started the first episode I thought to myself, "yet another World-war 2 documentary". I was wrong; the facts are the same as in all the other documentaries (naturally) but the fact that the images shown are in color actually does the trick. I never thought that whether a movie is in black/white of in color would change that much but this case proved me wrong. Also, the documentary covers almost the entire war in no more than 180 minutes witch I thought was done pretty well
After seeing this I say ==> bye bye black and white , hello color
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