"Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" is a German phrase that translates roughly to "My Honor Is Loyalty." In Nazi Germany, the Waffen SS (the military wing of the SS) used. My Honor Was Loyalty. Minuten. Drama. Für 7,99 $ in SD kaufen. Zur Wunschliste hinzufügen. After having fought in different fronts, a devoted and. My Honor Was Loyalty, Leibstandarte. Gefällt Mal. New Coming Soon Movie about LSSAH EhKOfilms & PROGETTO
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My Honor Was Loyalty Ciekawostki VideoMy Honor Was Loyalty - Alternative Ending Der Soldat der SS Leibstandarte Ludwig Herckel hat in vielen entscheidenden Schlachten teilgenommen. Während seines Heimaturlaubs sieht er, wie eine jüdische Frau getötet wird, und entdeckt die Wahrheit über das nationalsozialistische Regime. loindelle-lefilm.com - Kaufen Sie My Honor Was Loyalty günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Finden Sie hilfreiche Kundenrezensionen und Rezensionsbewertungen für My Honor Was Loyalty [DVD] [UK Import] auf loindelle-lefilm.com Lesen Sie ehrliche und. My Honor Was Loyalty – Leibstandarte. |16 |1 Std. 55 Min.|Italienische Filme. Ein deutscher Soldat ringt im Chaos und Grauen des Zweiten Weltkriegs mit.
Als Jule aus Heidelberg wiederkommt, weil My Honor Was Loyalty auch ein bisschen aberglubisch bin,sagt sie, als wenn My Honor Was Loyalty Hauptdarsteller von The Flash auch Downfall Stream der 5. - Navigation menuTerms related to virtue, such as "honour", "fidelity", "comradeship" or "obedience" were abundantly used by the SS. My Honor Was Loyalty () User Reviews Review this title 76 Reviews. Hide Spoilers. Sort by: Filter by Rating: 10 / A soldiers story. So treat it as such ian-corner 10 March Obvious this film does not have the budget of the Hollywood blockbusters but then that is not what you should watch this film for. My Honor Was Loyalty. | TV-MA | 1h 55m | Italian Movies. Amid the chaos and horror of World War II, a committed German soldier fights a private battle with his own conscience. Starring: Leone Frisa, Paolo Vaccarino, Francesco loindelle-lefilm.comor: Alessandro Pepe. Meine Ehre Heisst Treue. "Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" is a German phrase that translates roughly to "My Honor Is Loyalty." In Nazi Germany, the Waffen SS (the military wing of the SS) used this phrase as a motto; it is a reference to the organization's loyalty to Adolf Hitler. Since World War II, neo-Nazis and other white supremacists around the world use this German phrase (or its equivalent in English or other languages) as a hate slogan. The new Film of Alessandro Pepe, Produced by PROGETTO The story of a young german soldier who starts a heavy conflict in his head against his own th. by Zac Russ. on May 22, in Movie Reviews. 5 Comments. As I watched “My Honor Was Loyalty,” the movie changed my view on war, morality, life and love. In the film, German soldier Untersharführer Ludwig Herckel (also known as Herschel) is knocked unconscious by Soviet troops while fighting. He wanders the woods in a daze and feels as if he life is coming to an end. My Honor Was Loyalty. | TV-MA | 1h 55m | Italian Movies. Amid the chaos and horror of World War II, a committed German soldier fights a private battle with his own conscience. Starring: Leone Frisa, Paolo Vaccarino, Francesco Migliore. My Honor Was Loyalty. PG | 1h 35min | Drama, War | 1 March (Sweden) Untersharführer Ludwig Herckel (Leone Frisa), is a devoted and patriotic soldier of the elite 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. As the action begins, we follow a small See full summary».
But, remember, this isn't a war film but the story of a mans loss of interest in fighting. The directors uses the battle scenes to partly tell this part of the story.
The unusual musical score works with this very well. I would rate this an excellent film, but sadly condemned to attracting those unable to appreciate it.
I am sorry, but this was rubbish. The opening narrative pretty much sums up this discursive, poorly written, sloppy movie. It is, however, reenactor porn.
It is the kind of poorly made movie amateurs post on Youtube, akin to fan films. Morally, it is bankrupt: it gives tacit endorsement for the actions of the SS and tries to argue it away as simply the tumult of war.
Battle scenes look ridiculous because they plainly could not afford blank rounds Netflix is currently playing it I've got no idea why.
It's terrible. Straight out. First off any comparisons to this and the HBO made 'Band of Brothers' is about as accurate as comparing the work of Debussy to Weird Al Jankovic.
It is about Untersharführer Ludwig Herckel Leone Frisa who leads the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler.
Whilst doing so he bonds with some of the men in his charge. We see them on various battle fronts. They 'fight' with some men dressed as Russians and later on some Americans.
That is about it — and we have an unbelievable bit about a Jewish woman. The film is shot mostly using the shaky camera bit — we all know this is done in a vain attempt to make the on screen 'action' look better than it is.
However, something does have to actually happen on screen for any maintenance of the pretence of action to be even in the foothills of believable.
The uniforms are mostly OK, and some of the weapons looked good. The acting is pitiful in places and when people die they have to have watered down tomato ketchup spread across their mouths.
The 'battles' are a bit am dram and clearly done be re enactors but despite putting up the names of different locations on the screen it is a bit obvious that they are fighting in the same field with the same armour etc.
Also CGI planes that fly impossibly low, muzzle flashes and smoke that are photo shopped on — the list is quite long. Then to add insult to injury it gets all preachy about both sides being guilty of crimes at the end but the Nazis are only blamed because we had the temerity to win — to the victor the spoils etc.
The film starts out by saying it is non political and then goes out of its way to be apologist propaganda for Hitler fans.
I should have known that this was a turkey when the film starts with a quote from an undoubted 'wise philosopher' who I could not quite place in the pantheon of 'the great thinkers'.
It was Alessandro Pepe who wrote, directed and edited this lame piece of cinematic garbage. Anyone who tries to justify the Holocaust really should be taken to task — I feel dirty having watched it.
Ladiloque 21 March In recent times while most movies include various "points" to be made, nearly all of them are produced to "entertain" a target audience and make money.
Reviews are meant to give potential viewers some hints on what to expect. Very few films are instead produced with the prime objective of stating a position: being it an artistic or ethical-socio-political POV.
Our opinion that - demos and educational content aside - a movie isn't the best medium for such "statements" is generally ignored and, as such, irrelevant: symbolic engagement is still more effective than reasoning and thus a well designed movie is more persuasive than a logic text.
Regarding these films - as far as we are concerned - reviews are someway as interesting as watching the film itself because serious reviews virtually become part of a discussion.
And some discussions easily heat-up Here we have such a film; one - unfortunately - where the author naively uses complex concepts like truth, reality, history, nature just to name a few and aims at being a-political while dealing with the most influential event of our world: 2nd world war.
The result? Talking about Malick's "The thin red line" isn't casual: the parallel is obvious, deliberate and merciless. While Malick let soldiers share with few words their relationship with life, love, war, etc The outcome is that while in Malick's film I could feel moved by the soldiers' perspectives and engaged by their aesthetic-philosophic value, here I feel like someone is trying to sell me a not-so-subtle brainwashing into Pepe's simplistic world-view.
Let's not even dig about the technical proficiency: sub par is the first word coming to our mind. In the end the bravery required to commit into a project like this which would like to go way further than any WW2 tale of good VS evil should be paired with a deeper understanding of what you're doing.
Mr Pepe, if you want to change people's perspective or at least enlarge it, being a preachy commercial marketer doesn't work anymore.
Get a serious culture Malick studied his whole life, you have likely just taken a semester of contemporary history and write a serious book.
Otherwise, humbly, forget about "Art" and Malick and just seek to entertain. I enjoyed this movie overall, with some big issues to mention.
As a vehicle for some good re-enactment and action scenes, despite the low budget, it delivered. Good depiction of German small unit tactics at the time, and a surprising amount of authentic gear, vehicles, etc.
The battles are for the most part not very large, but representative of small squad to platoon-sized engagements that were common throughout the war.
There were some very noticeable low-budget CGI firing effects for most weapons, but the quality of the sound design made up for it - actually some of the best sound design I've seen in a low budget war flick.
Effects for specific types of weapons are very realistic, well- mixed, and sound exactly as they would sound in an open field, small clearing, or a thick wooded forest at the base of a mountain valley To top it off, the filming does take place in several picturesque locations.
There wasn't much character development for all but a handful of the SS soldiers, and not surprisingly the writers chose to focus on an individual soldier who was not the most gung-ho Nazi to begin with, Herckel.
Despite his obvious dislike for Jews and a belief that they were primarily responsible for Germany's problems, over the course of the war Herckel loses faith in the strength and capability of the German war machine, as his unit faces repeated defeats at the hands of the Soviets.
As time goes on, he slowly learns the truth about what the Germans were doing to the Jews, and begins to struggle with the SS' treatment of POWs, and internal battles with his conscience over what he is really fighting for.
Ultimately Herckel finds that the only thing he has left to fight for as the title implies is his loyalty to his country and his fellow soldiers.
The narrated diatribes at the beginning and closing of the film were really unnecessary, and as others have mentioned, the narration at the film's closing seems to attempt to whitewash the atrocities of the SS and the Nazi regime, and to compare the Holocaust to allied killings of POWs which were already primarily in retribution for the SS' no prisoner policy and the use of atomic weapons against Japan.
Without the closing narration, it could have been a solid low-budget WWII film. With them, it borders on neo-Nazi apologetics, and one has to wonder about the political leanings of the writers and producers at that point.
Don't bother watching the English dubbing, it's terrible. This director "Pepe" made just this movie, and that's enough to ask him to stop making films.
The script is awful, a hodge podge of every war movie you've seen, interminable, cribbing the awful, self indulgent cap from thin red line, badly. Worse the voice actors dubbing it are reading it like they have never read the text before and honestly, aren't very proficient readers.
I kept trying to figure out who this Yevon was they were talking about, when it dawns on me, the actors don't know the word Ivan. Pepe is peepee. Zero stars, avoid.
Watched the first 10 minutes and just couldn't take any more, and had to stop. The movie started out with the worst "fight scene" that I have ever experienced.
Acting is horrible and so are the sound tracks tried them in both German and English. My guess is that this is the project of a first year student in a film school - at least this would explain it It seems like a first year film student had access to a re-enactment club and combined this with a juvenile script and inexperienced, perhaps no experience , acting.
To start with the story attempting to convey that 'the winners write history' and the SS were not a bad bunch of chaps is moronic bordering on dangerous; at a minimum naive.
Perhaps through the war there were examples of individual soldiers, perhaps conscripts, that questioned their actions, however the SS at it's fundamentals was an ideologically aligned organization that believed their race was superior to other sub-human races, and treated them accordingly.
There is no argument about this in Nazi ideology, from either side German or otherwise. Hitler outlined this himself in his own book Mein Kampf, and the SS were the engine behind Hitler's vision.
Attempting to whitewash this at the level this film does is irresponsible. Anyway, after seeing the level of acting it is not too surprising that the script, acting, and film-making reach about the same level of maturity and depth.
The film tell about a handfull of Waffen SS combat group, not about the organization. Despite other, accurate reviews on this board, I found the film watchable until the very end when I was to believe that a group of SS soldiers were just there to defend their homeland from being invaded by others.
If the average SS was only their to protect their homeland from the hordes, then they should have stayed home from on-wards.
The Great Depression of was bad for everyone, not just the Germans. The German economy was built from the backs of slave labor and stolen lands and wealth from other neighbors of Europe.
They took no pity on the Russian civilian nor his village or city. Nor did they have a micro-gram of mercy on many of their own people.
And the SS more or less got away with it because of the cold war that followed. We know that most Germans were peaceful people and were led by the devil at that time.
And that the victors do write the history. However, the German soldier, particularly the sadistic SS, took a personal oath to the devil himself.
And if one did not recognize that after all the murdering then he should suffer the consequences. At the very end, the gull of the writer to have his female "victim" move to the United States after laying all the war guilt on others made me want to puke.
Someone should slap the writer s. I did not expect Saving Private Ryan and really had no expectations before watching this on Netflix. I vote this 10 because of the fake negative reviewers that have only been created to mark this film down.
Few if any of these reviews talk about the movie itself, they just tell you that it's propaganda and that you should not watch it which is precisely the reason why you should.
It's very low budget, yes, but the story seems to be built up from real letters written by real soldiers which gives you an idea of these people's beliefs and worldview and perhaps provides some insight into how they got so caught up in the idea that the Nazis presented at that time and how that worldview effected their flight or fight responses on the battlefield.
It also expresses their doubts about what they where fighting for and their journey from idealism to cynicism. It's a breath of fresh air and goes some way to redraw a balance since as we know history is written by the winners and we rarely hear the other side of the story.
The tale of good SS- mann przemster 18 March You could easily call that. If I take my knowledge about history from that movie I would think the only ones who commit war crimes was Russians and mostly - Americans.
Movie completely skipped fact that 1st SS division has certain history of killing unarmed captured soldiers - at one time Russian prisoners was killed by them on place, on other occasion 80 British prisoners of course not in the movie.
Every SS unit carried out multiple executions on civilians, when You watch this German propaganda view how SS mans from 1st Adolf Hitler division was brave and kind , just remember 6 millions of people was killed in just six year in Poland , mostly by SS.
Not counting Russian casulties. Its worth watching only when You remember what SS did , and that this is totally one sided try of picturing all sides as equal.
While 17 millions of Germans supported Hitler's NSDAP, 9 millions had NSDAP membership. And that their war crimes and mass murders in Death Camps - where also brave SS- mans served - was second to nothing in history of that planet.
Several mistakes such as the Hetzer 38t which wasn't in service till Looks like it was filimed with a mobile while the person filming on their phone was being pelted with stones by the "Evan" not "Ivan" soldiers.
In other news, it has been discovered recently that American re-enacters accidentally used live ammunition. Several people were executed by mistake.
Oh well? God awful. Loyalty to a National cause that believes in the gassing of innocent civilians, the bashing baby skulls against a wall, rape and murder of another countries females, is the O P P O S I T E of honorable.
The both sides did it crap makes one feel dirty just listening to it. There is good and bad in the world. Good is crossing an ocean to fight against a enemy and country that was gassing to death Jews, Gypsies, POW's on an industrial scale.
Good is fighting to liberate your own country from the same murderous atrocities being committed by an enemy army. Evil is the soldier who defends those murderous atrocities, either directly, or by allowing the regime to survive.
One of the last lines was a trite comment about how there was no difference between Hiroshima, and what the Nazi's did.
Einstien asked FDR to develop the "bomb" because he knew what the Nazi's would do. We can all thank God that the Nazi's never developed the Atomic bomb.
And it's too bad that it was not developed in time to drop on Berlin and wipe out Hitler and his pals. Think of how many millions of people would have been saved from the Holocaust if we had had the chance to nuke those evil MFers.
Yes- all sides commit terrible crimes during war. This is no reason to glorify or try to justify the actions of the SS during World War II.
This movie glorifies the SS and justifies their actions with the "everybody did it" mentality. All sides committed atrocities but the SS involvement and perpetration of the holocaust cannot be justified.
The actions of the SS were far from a-political as this movie would have you believe. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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