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An absorbing new documentary that delves into the Lithuanian resistance against Soviet aggression and occupation circa 1944.
Directors Jonas Ohman and Vincas Sruoginis deliver a worthwhile history lesson, along with some compelling tales of espionage and wartime romance.
This film, somewhat clumsy yet full of illuminating interviews, seems mostly like an exercise in building national pride, but it holds lessons for anyone trying to resist an overwhelming force.
Complete with a charismatic hero and touching love story at its core, The Invisible Front vividly succeeds in bringing this little-known historical saga to light.
The movie convincingly conveys the inspiring legacy Luksa and his group left behind.
Once it gets going, The Invisible Front slaps us in the face with just how savagely the Soviets treated Lithuanians they believed to be part of the resistance
[The Invisible Front's] sharp storytelling, editing and fast-paced direction make it riveting and immediate.
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