Lore (2012) – an official Australian/German Co-Production

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Lore is a teenager, whose parents are Nazis, in 1945 it is a complicated situation. Lore and her siblings are forced to go on a journey after which things will never be the same.

The DP did a great job,  the shots of the feat/legs add a nice rhythm to the movie.

The scale of the film and the sets is not big, what it is actually not a bad thing. The movie doesn’t try to be something that it isn’t (like another WW2 super-production), it is a road movie that adds a new perspective to the ‘end of WW2 period’ film genre.

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Yann Demange’s new movie is ‘Training Day’ and ‘Casualties of War’ in one and even much more

It is really hard to make an interesting and thrilling  (anti-)war movie, but it has been accomplished when it comes to ’71. All the elements of the movie are really well made/performed. The plot/storyline is packed with suspenseful elements and is 100% ‘pathethic-kitschy-war-hero-scenes’ -free, what made the film as realistic as it gets. 9/10.

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A wider review can be found at Indiewire.com

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