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Claus Räfle – Die Unsichtbaren AKA The Invisibles (2017)

Die Unsichtbaren (2017)
Die Unsichtbaren (2017)

Claus Räfle’s “The Invisibles” tells the true story of four Jewish teenagers—Cioma Schönhaus (Max Mauff), Hanni Lévy (Alice Dwyer), Ruth Arndt-Gumpel (Ruby O. Fee), Eugen Friede (Aaron Altaras)—who chose to remain in Berlin during the Holocaust. We are provided a title card which states that 7,000 Jewish people chose to stay in the city. Only 1,500 survived. For the most part, the film is a compelling docudrama, smooth and confident in juggling reenactments, interviews of actual survivors, and black-and-white footages—occasionally in color—of Nazi occupied Berlin. And yet, appropriately, it is not a sentimental or melodramatic picture. Instead, it aspires to be a grave reminder of a horrible past beyond imagination and an admonition of a potential future should we fail to learn from our history.(Cinéologist , letterboxd)

Die Unsichtbaren (2017)
Die Unsichtbaren (2017)
Die Unsichtbaren (2017)

Container: Matroska
Runtime: 1h 50mn
Size: 2.73 GiB
DXVA: Compatible
Minimum settings: Met
Codec: x264
Resolution: 1024x426
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Frame rate: 23.976 fps
Bit rate: 3 094 kb/s
German 5.1ch AC-3 @ 448 kb/s



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