The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I'm not a fan of reenactments in documentaries, especially when, as here, the real-life footage is so searing. But the staged sequences are tastefully done... This film is itself an important act of historical reclamation.
Though its form is complex, including archival scenes that include concentration camp-type footage, the film's emotional through line is clear and direct.
A vital and sobering documentary...
Regardless of its missteps, Grossman's film should be seen as a necessary introduction to a multitude of stories warranting greater analysis.
A deeply moving history-behind-the-history.
The filmmakers aren't simply trying to appeal to viewers who might be bored by a movie constructed entirely of historical material. The mix of old and new elements actually makes an argument for the movie's approach.
Who Will Write Our History tells the story of the archive, but it misses the more important point: to tell the stories for which the archive was created.
Prepare to be amazed again at a one-day showing of another reimagining of cinematic memorabilia, this time recorded stories of World War II.
It's not easy to thread this type of formalist needle, but Grossman maintains a level of urgency that is (and I hate describing movies about the Holocaust this way) quite entertaining.
Powerful Holocaust docu has disturbing images, stories.
Who Will Write Our History tells the courageous but mostly unknown story of a covert group known as Oyneg Shabes and how they vowed to defeat the Nazis with pen and paper.
... [Who Will Write Our] History becomes a chilling watch as the safe separation between audience and actor melts away and as the words from the past feel absolutely present and tangible.
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