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Angels Are Made of Light is a movie starring Fazula, Hasiba, and Yaldash Mir-Habibullah. A dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate...

Genres
Documentary
Director
James Longley
Starring
Rostam Mir-Mohammed-Ullah, Fazula, Yaldash Mir-Habibullah, Hasiba

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Genres Documentary
Director James Longley
Stars Rostam Mir-Mohammed-Ullah, Fazula, Yaldash Mir-Habibullah, Hasiba
Country USA, Denmark, Norway
Also Known As Lysets engle - Afghanistans børn, Angels Are Made Of Light
Runtime 1 h 57 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 A dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate group portrait of Afghan students and teachers still weathering national turbulence.

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Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 00:15

The movie depicts the history of the Jewish community and the story of the protagonist (who will be called Abraham in the movie) during the Nazi occupation of Germany. The film follows his trials and trials of the Nazis and his continued fight for his Jewishness. The film provides a glimpse of the historical backdrop and shows the various sides of the story, including the suffering and hatred of the Jewish community of the time. The film is also filled with the sounds of the concert, interspersed with the music of the Philharmonia Orchestra. The movie is split into two parts: Part 1 shows the story of the protagonist in the early 1930s, his struggle for his Jewishness, and his association with fellow Jews and their families in Nazi Germany. Part 2 shows the movie's climax, with the highlights of the performance by the Philharmonia Orchestra and the one liners, the closing credits, and the credits for the movie itself. While there are many touching moments, there are also many uncomfortable ones, and the movie does have some disturbing scenes (such as the humiliation of the Jews of Mitteleuropa and the gas chamber). While the movie makes an argument that the Holocaust is the worst and most cruel act against the human race, it does not pretend that it was an exceptional event. The movie is not meant to be a lesson for the audience, but rather to raise awareness of the Holocaust, and remind people of the good things that people did during the time. This is not a documentary, but rather a movie that is made to be seen and understood, not a sensationalized depiction of a horrible time in history. The movie may not be able to completely bring back the memories of the Holocaust, but it does make the viewer aware of the good that people did in the midst of the persecution. The movie does not present a historical narrative, but rather a story that may be difficult to watch for those who have not been to a concentration camp, but those who have have been to a concentration camp will understand the story better.


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