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Fighter (2000)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 24 August 2001 (USA)
Filmmaker Amir Bar-Lev follows two Czech Holocaust survivors, Jan Weiner and Arnost Lustig, as they revisit Terezin, a labor camp where Arnost was interned for five years and Jan's mother was murdered.

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Amir Bar-Lev

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Arnost Lustig ... Himself
Jan Wiener Jan Wiener ... Himself
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Storyline

A psychological adventure unfolds as two friends take a risky road trip into the past. Together they revisit scenes of romance and humor, of narrow escapes and life-or-death confrontations. But their journey home becomes a contentious clash of personalities that will ultimately take their friendship to the brink of collapse. Written by Anonymous

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Loyalty, The Limits of Friendship, and Fighting Back.

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Documentary

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Czech

Release Date:

24 August 2001 (USA) See more »

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O mahitis See more »

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Next Wave Films See more »
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Arnost Lustig: Weiner's life story expressed some features of our time. He is not only a hero he is a hero of our time. He is a hero of time that creates millions of cowards, millions of indifferent people and you cannot blame them. People are not born to be heroes. People were born to live their lives as useful and as comfortable as possible and this makes millions of people indifferent. They are sorry when someone is killed, but they would be more sorry if they were killed. So they don't care, they don't ...
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A Beautiful Film
18 March 2006 | by sadiejmcSee all my reviews

Considering the subject of this film (two men retrace their steps out of Eastern Europe, revisiting their experiences in WWII), one might be afraid that it would be too depressing. On the contrary, this film is lovely. It is sad, touching, beautiful and very funny. The editing is perfect. There is nothing that seems out of place. It is not too long, and the filmmaker keeps himself outside the story, letting the men tell their own tale. Although the subjects (and the filmmaker) are Jewish, this is not simply a film about a specific culture/religion/experience. It is a film about human nature.

Even if you think documentaries are boring, you should give this movie a chance. It's awesome.


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