If this isn’t true love, then we don’t know what is.
Artist Joachim West says, “it seems to me that black and white pictures colorized will help people to better empathize with the victims of the Holocaust.”
After 30 years since it was released, Studio Ghibli’s Grave of the Fireflies brought its fans to tears once again. This was after fans uncovered a heart-wrenching truth hidden in one of the film’s promotional posters. 色を解析したら蛍と弾でちゃんと描き分けてて更に鳥肌立ちました。#火垂るの墓 pic.twitter.com/oXDLF65ahb — treetreenew (@TreeTreeNew) April 14, 2018 At first glance, it seems that Seita and Setsuko are merely […]
The new trailer for director Joe Wright’s historical drama Darkest Hour starring Gary Oldman as legendary British Prime Minister Winston Churchill has been unveiled by Focus Features and may be seen at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uipmoviesph/videos/1713484288725964/ A thrilling and inspiring true story begins on the eve of World War II as, within days of becoming Prime Minister […]
Manila, 26th January – Hacksaw Ridge, a true story of a World War II hero – Desmond Doss, a “non-combatant” medic who singlehandedly saved the lives of 75 fellow comrades, has earned its rank with a total of six Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, Best Actor (Andrew Garfield), Best Director (Mel Gibson), Best Film […]
“Look around you. You see petticoats… piglet pink and baby blue. This country loves sugarcoating. It’ll never want to know the truth.” – Simon Kirsch Set in 1958, post-Holocaust Germany, Labyrinth of Lies circles around the quest of Johann Radmann, a public attorney who wants to awaken his country and bare the truth about what […]