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Killing Eva Braun

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4.52 h 50 min201418+
Director Michael Andres' 4th film: a bibliophile (Tracy Baumbach) gets persecuted by a cryptic government agency when she immerses herself in "Mein Kampf" to the point of personifying Hitler's wife.
Directors
Michael Andres
Starring
Tracy BaumbachJames MaherChadwick Baumbach
Genres
Arthouse
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio Languages
English
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Producers
Michael Andres
Studio
Black Dove Entertainment
Content advisory
Alcohol usefoul languagenuditysexual contentviolence
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2.2 out of 5 stars

8 global ratings

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  2. 0% of reviews have 4 stars
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  5. 71% of reviews have 1 stars
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WinterpantsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 August 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Killing the viewer's patience
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Firstly, an apology to the other reviewers, whose 1 star ratings I may have doubted in some misguided belief that a film based on philosophy and books couldn't be all bad. Indeed, they were right - this is the most bloated, windbag vehicle posing as cerebral art that I have ever seen. The author of this turkey is one Michael Andres, who takes on the roles of writer, producer, director, researcher and editor. I suspect this was because very few people weren't put off by the script when he approached them. "It's a vicious cycle" opines the protagonist about the dating scene. "Is there such a thing as a virtuous cycle?" replies her waiter, as Mr Andres seemingly instructs them both to 'look constipated'. And that's one of the least toe curling lines, all spoken by actors who look like 1980s hairdressers. It goes nowhere. Two and a half hours of directionless, pseudo-intellectual vanity project.
Chris ZoahReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 August 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
aka "Giving Hitler a pass on Genocide because he's from a good Christian country"
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Thankfully there's subtitles because the audio on this film is all over place. Varying qualities (if you can call it that) which mean that even within the same scene you're never quite sure how the audio will sound. As for Hitler and Eva's accents being clearly not-German, that can be forgiven as it's in the mind of an American.

There are some great landscape shots, spoiled by the watered-down colorization.

As for the plot - we have unsympathetic characters, clunky dialogue and several of the cast are cursed with bad acting. Not only do you come away with a thinly layered message of "The government will get you if you read these banned books and discuss the forbidden knowledge", you're left with the characters' pro-revisionist discussions of Nazism which re-frame Hitler's views as highly compatible with Christianity and White Euro-Americanism. However if there was an intention to draw parallels between Nazism and other ideologies as a warning, it was lost here.
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 03 August 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Utter Rubbish!!...
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Just when I thought I had already seen the worst movie ever made, along comes this marathon 3 hours of absolute garbage!!... Diabolically bad acting, ridiculous storyline, historically incorrect (as far as I recall, Hitler was NOT from upstate New York!!).. The camera work is atrocious & the incredibly annoying soundtrack is so loud, you can't hear the dialogue!.. Please, for the love of God! do not waste 3 hours of your life watching this appalling rubbish!.... You have been warned.
saikotiqReviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 August 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Even one star is too much!
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This is probably the worst film I have ever seen. Some elements of the content are mildly interesting. The soundtrack is appallingly mixed and is painful to listen to almost throughout. Arbitrary clips of Wagner lend little to the pathetic attempts at regenerating the Teutonic Zeitgeist. The film has no critical capacity whatsoever, and it is a self-defeating exercise to even go as far as I have in appraising it. We watched it as part of an anti-fascist durational art project that we have now abandoned. I hope the 'director' has got a day job.
Mr. R. BeygReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 August 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Really bad written
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Really bad written
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