Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport2000
Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport (2000)
Critic Consensus: Although it appears to be nothing more than a "talking heads" documentary you may see on TV, Into the Arms of Strangers, nonetheless, tells a heart-wrenching story.
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Critic Reviews for Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport
... deserves the Oscar it won last March for best documentary feature...
An extraordinarily fine and understated documentary.
As recorded history, Into the Arms of Strangers, is indispensable. As a piece of documentary filmmaking, it's no more inventive than scads of talking-head missives that appear on cable TV every evening.
It's an incredibly moving film, alternately infuriating and heartbreaking -- often both.
As well made and meticulously researched as we have come to expect from such pristine educational projects, enhanced with impressive archival footage and stills, heightened by carefully chosen music and sound, and elevated by properly dignified narration.
Audience Reviews for Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport
A well laid out documentary that is aided tremendously by the heart felt stories that we hear from children who never ended up going home. Very moving.
Nearly 1,500,000 children were killed in the holocaust. These are the first hand accounts of a few that survived thanks to an English refugee program known as the Kindertransport. A fascinating but incredibly sad documentary that chronicles yet another segment of Hitler's horrific legacy.
A must see documentary about children who escaped the Holocaust.
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