Movie Review: I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life and Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal [Magistra Mater]

neverforgottenCarol from Magistra Mater recently reviewed the movie I Have Never Forgotten You.  Here’s an excerpt:

He didn’t mask his disappointment.  It’s a documentary? Exhausted from a long work week, my husband anticipated a light comedy … something … easy.  Three minutes into the movie we were fully engaged, and flat out in love with Simon Wiesenthal.  When the credits rolled, we wept in silence, wrapped in a shawl of sorrow.

Read the entire review here.


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  1. This documentary is phenomenal. We’ve seen so many WWII movies, probably over 40 at this point, and this one is one of the best. Wiesenthal is like a dog with a bone…you can’t help but love the guy. If you like WWII docs, try “The Last Days”, which I think won an Oscar, and “Paper Clips”.

  2. Thanks for the suggestions and for stopping by the blog!

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