Film Critique Defiance

Film Critique Defiance - Sarah Lowery History 102 Professor...

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Sarah Lowery History 102 Professor Batham 21 January 2009 Historical Analysis and Critique of the film: Defiance Fiction Documentary Based on a True Story The film Defiance accurately portrayed the event in which the movie was based upon. The true-life saga of the four Bielski brothers in Nazi-occupied Belorussia is definitely an unforgettable film, and does a fantastic job in bringing the story to life. Upon finding their parents murdered, Zus, Asael, and Aron flee the family farm to the woods. There they meet their eldest brother Tuvia, and the family begins running a safety zone where Jews can stay and hide with them. The movie then takes us on a journey of survival and revenge. The mood and tone of the film is consistently suspenseful, as the two eldest brothers deal with power issues and revenge. For once, a movie portrayed the Jews defending their own against the Nazi’s. Jews have never been portrayed as the bad guy,
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