This movie was interesting, but depressing at the same time. I think there are some stories that don’t need to be told on film, especially if, according to my research, most of it isn’t exactly true anyway.
It’s rare for a movie based on real people to do such a good job with pretty much every character. A few even looked so much like the real thing that it fooled me at first.
I’m not sure if it was meant to be symbolic, but the camera got shakier and shakier as the film went on.
Plenty of Sony equipment, but there’s a difference between a company using movies to sell things and movies using real products to be historically accurate.
Plus, you can’t buy most of the equipment they showed anymore anyway.
This movie would just be too hard to watch again. In fact, this movie’s even going to make Hogan’s Heroes hard to watch from now on.