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The Zookeeper's Wife is a movie starring Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, and Daniel Brühl. Keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Antonina and Jan Zabinski, must save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion in WWII Poland.

Genres
Biography, Drama, History, War
Director
Niki Caro
Starring
Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, Timothy Radford, Daniel Brühl

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Product details

Genres Biography, Drama, History, War
Director Niki Caro
Writer Angela Workman, Diane Ackerman
Stars Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, Timothy Radford, Daniel Brühl
Country USA, Czech Republic, UK
Also Known As O Jardim da Esperança, Zena cuvara zooloskog vrta, Ishto shel shomer gan ha'kha'yot, La signora dello zoo di Varsavia, Casa sperantei, Umut Bahçesi, Un Refugio Inesperado, 園長夫人:動物園的奇蹟, The Zookeepers Wife, Menedék, O Zoológico de Varsóvia, La femme du gardien de zoo, Loomaaedniku naine, Η γυναίκα του ζωολογικού κήπου, Azyl, Úkryt v zoo, Zoologijos sodo prižiuretojo žmona, I Gineka tou Zoologikou Kipou, La casa de la esperanza, Refugio en el zoo, Die Frau des Zoodirektors, Zoodārza uzrauga sieva, ユダヤ人を救った動物園 アントニーナが愛した命
Runtime 2 h 7 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description War brews over Warsaw in 1939, and while life is still running its course, the Germans are slowly beginning to make their presence felt, with Hitler secretly preparing for the German invasion of Poland. Under those circumstances, the young couple of Jan and Antonina Zabinski continue their daily routine as owners and keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, but soon, as German Luftwaffe's Stukas hammer the Polish capital, their life's work together with the city, will turn to ashes. However, with the zoo liquidated for the war effort and many of its animals tragically perished, what was once an animals' zoo, will now serve as a sanctuary where Antonina, the humanist veterinarian, and Jan can hide the persecuted Polish Jews in plain sight until safe houses are found. That was Jan and Antonina's formidable, yet perilous plan, who regardless of the consequences, refused to wither before the Nazi menace, took matters into their own hands and sheltered 300 Jews under the Germans' noses.

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Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 10:25

In 1948, the English Civil War was over. Winston Churchill, a year earlier, had been assassinated in India by the communists. A year earlier, the United Kingdom had won the war and the peace was quickly established in Europe and the world. The British Empire was in a state of turmoil, having just lost the war to the Soviet Union and facing the possibility of an economic collapse and a domestic revolution. There was much anxiety in the U.K. government as to whether or not Winston Churchill would survive to the end of his presidency. Yet, despite the dire circumstances that the British had to deal with, Churchill refused to give up the principles that made him famous. He continued to focus on the economic and social benefits that the nation derived from war, and even went so far as to advocate this form of patriotism. He believed that it was the patriotic duty of all Britons to support the government and his government would not be undermined by foreign powers. It was this strong commitment to the British Empire that brought him his greatest popularity and his popularity only continued to grow with the passing of time. Winston Churchill was to be remembered by many for his love of war and his belief that the best way to improve the economic and social well being of the nation was to make war. And this idea became the guiding philosophy of the British Empire, which eventually resulted in the British Empire becoming the world's largest trading empire. But at this point, I will focus on Churchill's personal life and his relationship with his wife, Clementine, who lived with him throughout the years of his premiership. Winston Churchill died in 1960 at the age of 82. He was very frail and could not lead the nation as he wanted to, but his belief in the virtues of war and patriotism kept him alive. This led to the creation of the government of the United Kingdom, which would eventually lead to the formation of the Commonwealth of Nations. This film tells the story of Churchill's love for the war and his beliefs that it was the greatest way to improve the economic and social welfare of the nation. It is based on true events and was made by the British government for the public. It is good to see a film that shows the impact of Winston Churchill's life and his belief in the need to fight the war to better the nation. It is a very well-made and well-made film.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 14:12

This is a well made film that captures the 1940s in a very authentic way. Many of the scenes were very well made, especially the train ride, the famous "Trolley-Heroes" and the filming of the falling of the Berlin Wall. There are several powerful scenes, especially the bridge scene and the first five minutes of the movie. The performance of the actress Anna Kendrick was excellent, she carried the film very well, and I believe she should have won an Oscar for her portrayal of a character that we know little about, but which is portrayed in the film so well that we identify with her, and in a way we are rooting for her. The director, Paul Thomas Anderson, also did a very good job in creating a chilling and realistic atmosphere throughout the entire film. The story is very well done and I was genuinely scared throughout the film, although at the end I was a bit disappointed that it was not shown. My only criticism is that there are some scenes that seemed too long, the scene in the Nazi barracks was too long, and the long sequence of the RCAF entering the Soviet Union was too long, it seemed that the director was just wanting to finish the film before the next scene came. The director's commentary on the DVD also indicated that the director wanted to show more scenes from the liberation of the camp and in the train, but the director decided not to. This may have made for a better film, however it's still an excellent film. I would recommend this film to people who enjoy war-related movies and don't mind the more realistic portrayal of the war.


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