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Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR: A Powerful and Controversial Drama




Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR is a German World War II TV miniseries in three parts that tells the story of five German friends, aged around 20, on their different paths through Nazi Germany and World War II: as Wehrmacht soldiers on the Eastern Front, a war nurse, an aspiring singer, and a Jewish tailor. The narrative spans four years, starting in 1941 Berlin, when the friends meet up for a last time before embarking on their journeys, enthusiastically vowing to meet up again the following Christmas. The story's conclusion is set shortly after the end of the war in 1945.




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The miniseries was commissioned by public broadcasting organization ZDF, produced by the UFA subsidiary TeamWorx, and first aired in Germany and Austria in March 2013. When the series first aired in Germany, each episode garnered around 7 million viewers. Generation War has generated much controversy. The Economist stated that hardly any German TV drama ever caused so much public debate. Critics have acknowledged the film to be well crafted, intense and unsparing in its depiction of combat on the eastern front. However, aspects such as the portrayal of the Polish resistance movement as anti-semites, the scant depiction of Nazi Germany's objective to purge the Reich of Jews, and the blurring of differences between non-German victims and German perpetrators have been deplored by others.


Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR: The Plot




Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR consists of three 90 minute parts: A Different Time (Eine andere Zeit), A Different War (Ein anderer Krieg), and A Different Country (Ein anderes Land).


In A Different Time, shortly before the German invasion of the Soviet Union, five close friends have a party at a pub in Berlin. Wilhelm is an officer in the Army, while his brother Friedhelm an enlisted man. Viktor is a Jew whose father owns a tailor shop. Charlotte has just passed her examination to become a military nurse. Greta is a beautiful bartender who hopes to become a singer. The friends are hopeful that they will meet again by Christmas.


In A Different War, Wilhelm and Friedhelm witness some early victories as the German army advances toward Moscow. Charlotte gets used to seeing blood as she works in a military hospital near the front-line. Greta sleeps with an SS - SD major in order to advance her career as a singer. She attempts to use her relationship to obtain documents for Viktor to flee to New York City, but Viktor is arrested by the Gestapo and is put on a train to a concentration camp.


In A Different Country, Wilhelm's death sentence has been mitigated to a transfer into a punitive battalion. The Wehrmacht now needs every man. In Russia, Charlotte and Wilhelm meet again - a disturbing encounter for both. Especially Charlotte is overwhelmed by her feelings, since she thought Wilhelm dead. But the war tears them asunder once more. The Red Army is now advancing on all fronts. While Friedhelm's new unit in Poland is still cracking down brutally on the partisan group Viktor is a member of, Charlotte's field hopital is overrun by the Russians. Charlotte is captured by the Russians. Greta is visited in prison by her former lover and protector Dorn. Like so many others, he sees the end of the NS-regime approaching and tries to save his own neck. He wants Greta to testify that he had helped her boyfriend Viktor to escape from Germany: Her life in exchange for her signature. Wilhelm uses the chaos of retreat and defects from his punitive battalion. He makes his difficult and dangerous way back to Berlin. The war is on its last legs, but still thousands are dying each day. Friedhelm, too, is sent towards the advancing Red Army with a contigent in the last days of the war.


Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR: The Reviews




Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. The miniseries has been praised for its realistic and gripping portrayal of the horrors of war, the moral dilemmas of the characters, and the acting performances of the cast. However, it has also been criticized for its historical inaccuracies, its depiction of the Polish resistance as anti-Semitic, its lack of attention to the Holocaust and the Nazi ideology, and its tendency to portray the German protagonists as victims rather than perpetrators.


On IMDb, Generation War (2013) 720p BluRay X265 HEVC SUJAIDR has a rating of 8.4 out of 10 based on 31,000 user votes. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has an approval rating of 88% based on 17 critic reviews, with an average rating of 7.5 out of 10. The critics' consensus reads: "Generation War offers a nuanced and powerful portrait of wartime Germany through the eyes of five young friends whose loyalty is tested by Nazi atrocities." On Metacritic, it has a score of 57 out of 100 based on 9 critic reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews".


Some of the positive reviews include:


  • "Generation War is a remarkable achievement: a three-part German miniseries about World War II that is not only compulsively watchable but also consistently intelligent and thoughtful." - David Wiegand, San Francisco Chronicle



  • "Generation War is a brave attempt to portray individual lives caught up in a monstrous historical event that still haunts Germany." - David Chute, Los Angeles Times



  • "Generation War is a gripping drama that doesn't shy away from showing the brutality and complexity of war." - Matt Roush, TV Guide



Some of the negative reviews include:


  • "Generation War is a whitewash that reduces history to soap opera." - David Denby, The New Yorker