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A Hidden Life 2019 123movies

A Hidden Life 2019 123movies

Based on True EventsDec. 11, 2019174 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II.
Plot: Austrian farmer Franz Jägerstätter faces the threat of execution for refusing to fight for the Nazis during World War II.
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A Hidden Life 2019 123movies 1 A Hidden Life 2019 123movies 27.4/10 Votes: 19,103
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A Hidden Life 2019 123movies 7 A Hidden Life 2019 123movies 27.2 Votes: 381 Popularity: 13.204

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An audiovisual beauty like all Malick’s films although this is definitely the first one that has a more interesting story to tell since Tree of Life but unfortunately in my opinion its own ambition and pretense of doing something more epic plays against it because A Hidden Life it’s a film that greatly extends its stay.

Although Malick doesn’t change the formula he has been using both narrative and visually, this story manages to feel different perhaps because unlike films like To The Wonder, Knight of Cups and Song to Song, Malick goes back in time and the visual aura of the film has a more distinctive touch.

Again Malick doesn’t seems to demand a lot from his actors because once again the romantic situations feel repetitive but as I said being a more relevant story, this time the interactions feel deeper.

Here the problem as I said is the duration. The film is just a few minutes away from being three hours long and because of the narrative’s shape those three hours feels like too much.
I cannot deny that A Hidden Life is a beautiful film, it’s a really good film but it’s a really long one.

I mean, I completely enjoy it, I would see it again without a doubt but I could definitely cut an hour from it to make it more agile, although I understand this was Malick’s vision and desire for the audiences to experience his film.

I repeat, I liked it a lot, it’s Malick’s most rewarding work since Tree of Life and it’s a film that any serious movie lover will enjoy or at least it will give it the chance to be marvel by it.

Review By: Luis_989 Rating: 8 Date: 2020-01-18
Terrence Malick is a filmmaker whose primary concern is the sanctity of the human soul, and in this instance, he has chosen a time and a place where that sanctity was under tremendous threat, and a story of two people sacrificing themselves to protect it. ‘A Hidden Life’ is a remarkable and uncompromising film, a work of hope and sorrow and belief in the human spirit. Even with the foundation of a true story, Malick still continues to experiment, to follow his instincts and find a thematic journey more important than a narrative one. At nearly three hours, with almost no dialogue, a slow and considered pace and Malick’s propensity for aesthetic indulgence, it certainly won’t be a film for everyone, but those able to tap into it will find a deep and profound experience. ‘A Hidden Life’ isn’t Terrence Malick returning to form. It’s another step in the evolution and exploration of one of the most singular filmmakers the cinema has ever seen.
– Daniel Lammin

Read Daniel’s full article…
https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-a-hidden-life-terrence-malicks-stunning-ode-to-the-power-of-kindness

Review By: SWITCH. Rating: 9 Date: 2020-01-26
Malick on faith
Greetings again from the darkness. With a title pulled from a line in George Eliot’s “Middlemarch”, enigmatic filmmaker Terrence Malick continues his deep probe into humanity and faith … recurring themes in most of his films, and especially the run that began with his excellent THE TREE OF LIFE (2012). This current film is easily his most accessible over that period as it focuses on the (mostly) true story of Austrian WWII conscientious objector Franz Jagerstatter.

The film opens with contrasting images: a black screen with sounds of nature fading to a bucolic Austrian Alps village versus dramatic historical clips of Hitler (I believe from Leni Reifenstahl’s 1935 Nazi propaganda film TRIUMPH OF THE WILL). The rural farming village we see is Sankt Radegund, the idyllic community where Franz Jagerstatter (played by August Diehl, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS) lives off the land with his wife Franziska “Fani” (played by Valerie Pachner) and their three young daughters. It’s a family bonded by love. The family and fellow villagers go about the rigors of daily life as the war spreads. In 1940, Franz is sent to Enns Military base for training, and is then returned to his village under a farming exemption.

What follows is a first half filled with dread as Franz struggles with his own beliefs in a new world order that has no room for individual thought. He refuses to swear an oath to Hitler, despite the rest of the villagers doing so. He knows what this means, as does his wife. As Franz refuses the “Heil Hitler”, he is described as being something worse than an enemy – a traitor. He holds firmly to his principles … vague to us, yet crystal clear to him. He becomes a pariah in his own village, as even the priest urges him to relent by stating he has “a duty to the fatherland.”

“Don’t they know evil when they see it?” Franz asks the question we have all been asking since Hitler came to power. When he is called to duty in 1943, Franz and Fani know the eventual outcome. Franz is asked by many, and in various ways, “What purpose does it serve?” No one can make sense of his stand. As he is imprisoned at Tegel Prison, solicitors played by Matthias Schoenaerts and Alexander Fehling both try to convince him to pledge loyalty and save his life. Franz’s response is, “I can’t do what I know is wrong.”

With the first half being filled with dread and anxiety, the second half is all about the suffering. Franz is locked away with very little access to the nature or family he holds so dear, while Fani is a village outcast, trying desperately to raise their daughters and put food in their mouths. They are each in their own prison – isolated from the life they love. From Tegel Prison in 1943, Franz writes many letters to Fani. The letters are philosophy mixed with hope and love, and provide the source of how his story was discovered many years ago.

Anyone familiar with Malick’s films know that each is a visual work of artistry. Instead of his usual cinematographer, 3-time Oscar winner Emmanuel Lubezki, this film features the camera work of Jorg Widmer (who assisted Lubezki on THE TREE OF LIFE). The film lives up to our expectations, especially in capturing the vitality and spirit of nature through lush landscapes, mountains, trees, grasses, gardens, streams, rivers, and a waterfall. The family is one with nature, which stands in stark contrast to Franz inside the cold prison walls. Composer James Newton Howard brilliantly uses a lone violin, as well as a mixture of classical music. This was the final film for two extraordinary actors who recently passed away. Michael Nyqvist plays the Bishop who tells Franz that if God gave us free will, then we are responsible for what we do and what we don’t do. Bruno Ganz plays the head judge on the committee that decides Franz’s fate.

We could describe the film as either a tragic love story or an ode to faith and principles. Both fit, and yet both fall short. Terrence Malick is a confounding and brilliant and artistic filmmaker. After his breakthrough film DAYS OF HEAVEN (1978), he took a 20 year hiatus before filming THE THIN RED LINE (his other WWII film). Recently he has proven much more productive, yet he remains a meticulous craftsman – taking three years to edit this film. His visual style is quite unique, yet he has the skill to make a messenger’s bicycle bell send chills. He was able to meet Franz’s surviving daughters (now in their 80’s) prior to filming, as they still live near this village. We are quite fortunate that this exquisite filmmaker is allowing us to tag along on his search for the meaning of life and his exploration of faith … just make sure you set aside 3 hours for the lesson.

Review By: ferguson-6 Rating: 8 Date: 2019-12-19
A challenge
Nearly half a century lies between this film and the only previous Terrence Malick I’d seen, BADLANDS, which I admire very much and have watched a number of times. As might be expected, he’s a very different film maker now. I found A HIDDEN LIFE something of a puzzle. It is undoubtedly beautiful to watch, even as its subject matter gets progressively grimmer. Its religiosity was something of a challenge to me, as was its stilted dialogue. Its story is the familiar one of a man suffering for what he believes. It is the story of John Procter, the hero of Arthur Miller’s play THE CRUCIBLE; it is the story of Ibsen’s Dr Stockmann, in the play ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. And of course it’s the story of Jesus Christ. There is a tragic grandeur to all of these, and, whatever my reservations about it, there is tragic grandeur to A HIDDEN LIFE. My husband found it unbearably pretentious. I can see why. But I admire the way that this film isn’t like anyone else’s, that Malick has, in the course of the last half-century, found a way of working that delivers something unique. It certainly won’t be to everyone’s taste, and aspects of it test one’s patience. All the same, I was glad to have seen it, not least for the cinematography and the performances, and the retelling of a story that we all still need to hear in these troubled times.
Review By: gsygsy Rating: 8 Date: 2019-11-27

Other Information:

Original Title A Hidden Life
Release Date 2019-12-11
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 54 min (174 min)
Budget 9000000
Revenue 4612788
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Biography, Drama, Romance, War
Director Terrence Malick
Writer Terrence Malick
Actors August Diehl, Valerie Pachner, Maria Simon, Karin Neuhäuser
Country USA, UK, Germany
Awards 9 wins & 30 nominations.
Production Company Studio Babelsberg, Elizabeth Bay Productions
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Atmos, SDDS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (archive footage), 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic Dragon, Zeiss Master Prime and Ultra Prime 8R Lenses, Red Epic-W Helium, Zeiss Master Prime and Ultra Prime 8R Lenses (winter scenes)
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Redcode RAW (6K) (source format), Redcode RAW (7K) (source format) (winter scenes)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
A Hidden Life 2019 123movies
Original title A Hidden Life
TMDb Rating 7.2 381 votes

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