Posts Tagged ‘Post WWII’

“1945” The Long Road for Reprisal

February 16th, 2018 No comments




Review by John Delia, Sr.

Having reviewed a large number of films with the subject of WWII and the persecution of the Jews, I’m familiar with the holocaust, but not the subject matter that deals with this one about the aftermath in the country of Hungary. In the film “1945” the story takes you to a small town where some of the people profited from their dishonesty involving land and businesses takeovers within this strange justified story of payback Read more…

“Ida” a Compelling Post WWII Drama (Foreign Film Review)

June 19th, 2014 No comments



Review by John Delia

The taut drama Ida takes a turn at the box-office with a black and white stunner that spins back the clock to 1960’s Poland.  A work of art for the screen this indie has powerful performances and creative direction that blows you away. Not an ordinary film involving Jewish war casualties, this one does a convincing job of putting transgressions into perspective. Read more…