As the movie finishes, I am startled. What the hell did I just watch!
This is one of the best films based on Nazism and the reign of Hitler. Each scene is beautifully interwoven with succeeding and preceding scenes. The actors carried out their job brilliantly and provided us with a spectacle. The invaluable expressions and emotions portrayed in each scene is worth a detailed description in an A4 size sheet.
Just akin to any other movie based on a…
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"Justice is blind"
The idea has been brilliantly reflected throughout the movie. Even when the situation is apparent, it is not. Victim can lie, circumstances cannot. The movie throws deep insights to the Judiciary decisions, which makes it relevant even after 60 years. Tom Hardy presented the character brimming with energy and life. While sentencing a person, there is not a scope of doubt, not even a speck, which the jurors mostly forget. The portrayal of members of jury has incorporated essentially all the thoughts one has while considering the sentence.