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Autumn Hearts follows the struggle of 3-survivors from a concentration camp during WWII.
The paticular camp they were in, being a stop on the route to, labor or death camps. The movie reunites the three after nearly 40 years and follows the struggles they still face today - because of the horrors of then.
What I liked about this movie was the flash back scenes, but there were barley enough. The movie's tendency was seeming to want to tell the story of this almost "forgotton" work camp in WWII as well as the emotional struggles each character took with them, they do a great job at following the emotional struggles, but not so much what actually happend or why they have them.
The plot is a good idea, but it's weak. The actors are semi-good. And the movie itself is interesting but not followed up. It was a great idea, but, it pretty much stopped at that. It's worth watching because of what it focuses on - it tells a forgotton story - but other then that - I can tell you a million ways it could have been better.
View it once in memory of those who spent time in those awful camps and then look elsewhere for a better told story.
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