unbarmherzig

unbarmherzig

The animated documentary - a mix of live-action footage and animation - tells of the brutal everyday life in the orphanages of the 60s / 70s. Often led by Christian orders, more than one million children were physically and physically abused here. The anonymous protagonist tells of her childhood and her very personal struggle against the nuns' arbitrariness and their ruthless authority.

Running Time
11 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Short
Director
Julia Charakter
Writer
Julia Charakter
Country
Germany
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «unbarmherzig» (23)

Christian A. avatar
Christian A.

I don't often see a modern film that I thoroughly enjoy, but this is one of the exceptions. From the start, you are immersed in the movie.

Jesse B. avatar
Jesse B.

Very interesting concept! This was a great movie!

Frances avatar
Frances

Here it is, the masterpiece we've been waiting for!

Timothy H. avatar
Timothy H.

This is an excellent movie

Mark Scott avatar
Mark Scott

You Never Seen anything like This Before. The cast are great. All scenes were so incredible. And The Music Was awesome. I really enjoyed this movie and recommend it.

Phillip Lucas avatar
Phillip Lucas

Great movie. Seriously, stop reading reviews and go watch it!

Joyce Banks avatar
Joyce Banks

I gave to all credit story writer and director. Actors they well performed, Must watch film 2 times in lifetime.

Walter S. avatar
Walter S.

No idea why this is not rated higher. Visuals are awesome and the storyline has great potential. 

Beverly C. avatar
Beverly C.

Great short film. No complaints...

Teresa Webb avatar
Teresa Webb

Excellent cast and writing.

Dorothy C. avatar
Dorothy C.

Big, Bold, Exciting - a true triumph! I was absolutely blown away and remember thinking throughout the film - I want more of this - up until the end when I was generally sorry to be leaving the cinema.