Watch: The Color of Fire 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – First hand witness to the infamous World War II fire bombing and destruction of his hometown, Dresden, Germany, 15-year-old Diether Warneck lost his girlfriend and bicycled to the front-lines of the war, enlisting in the German army under Hitler’s rule. This single decision would haunt him for the rest of his life. Recalling the series of events that lead to his survival, Diether shares the extreme guilt he hid for seventy years while experiencing a life filled with love, family, intrigue, art and personal accomplishment..
Plot: First hand witness to the infamous World War II fire bombing and destruction of his hometown, Dresden, Germany, 15-year-old Diether Warneck lost his girlfriend and bicycled to the front-lines of the war, enlisting in the German army under Hitler’s rule. This single decision would haunt him for the rest of his life. Recalling the series of events that lead to his survival, Diether shares the extreme guilt he hid for seventy years while experiencing a life filled with love, family, intrigue, art and personal accomplishment.
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I watched it twice. Although the movie was primarily about a tragic time in this mans life, for me personally, it made me reflect on how the same things in 1945 are current events in April 2017. Hardly a year can go by that some one does not complain in the media etc that it is just unspeakable that not only Germany but any of the Axis powers had any citizen that did not know about some mass murders or some kind of torture going on. When some one speaks up and makes a comment like this guy in this film, that he didn’t know about any concentration camps etc why is that so hard to believe ?? He was 15 years old. He witnessed the worse fire bombing of a militarily unarmed, unguarded city that was a safe haven for refugees, what today April 2017 is called “Sanctuary City”. Research it, the city had no military value, it was just people. Yet it went on for days and it was the worse fire bombing in the history of modern warfare. Of course he was traumatized. As far as everyone must know everything that is going on, that to say you did not know that people were taken to concentration camps …. There are whole generations of American that do not know America has had concentration camps in California and Texas to name on two states. Where people of Asian, German, Italian decent were kept for years. Not only did people in other states not know about, but many in the actual states that hosted these camps did not know about it. Is it fair to say that every one in America knew about the government torture going on in Guantanamo U.S. Military base and was okay with it ? That went on for years and the public had no idea it was happening. That whole concept of blaming a whole group of people for the actions of some is totally wrong. Another perfect example: One bad Indian, so all Indians are bad is beyond discrimination.
Unfortunately, the unapologetic, mildly narrative third – person view (although presented as introspective) of the documentary’s center person takes the focus away from the fact that Germany paid a very low price for the horrors inflicted. And this was just 70 years ago. No matter if culture, society, economy, religion or history mechanics become the lenses through which one elects to approach the horror of ww2, the reality check remains the horror itself. And to this horror , the reflexes of German society of the time were weak and passive. This, combined with an apparent lack of grip and technique in filming terms, make for an uninteresting feature.
Original Language en
Genre Documentary, Biography, History
Director Dorian Warneck
Actors Diether Warneck
Country United States, Germany
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