The Schoolgirl The Nazis and The Purple Triangles

The Schoolgirl The Nazis and The Purple Triangles

The Schoolgirl The Nazis and The Purple Triangles is a short starring Simone Liebster, Christine King, and Carrys Parsele. Award winning documentary drama examining the Nazi persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses who were among the...

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Running Time
29 minutes
Drama, Documentary, History, Short
Simone Liebster, Glenn Phillips, Carrys Parsele, Christine King
Jonny Lewis
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «The Schoolgirl The Nazis and The Purple Triangles» (18)

Emily V. avatar
Emily V.

Simone Arnold is an ordinary schoolgirl. Spirited. Stubborn. Then the Nazis march in, demanding conformity. Friends become enemies. Teachers spout Nazi propaganda. Simone's family refuse to heil Hitler as Germany's saviour. They are Jehovah's Witnesses, and reject Nazi racism and violence. Simone has a choice to make. Follow the Nazis and live or follow her conscience and the consequences.

Douglas Smith avatar
Douglas Smith

Awesome job on producing the movie. Very intense! Kept me on edge.

Thomas Watkins avatar
Thomas Watkins

Compelling plot accompanied by quality acting.

Brandon Perez avatar
Brandon Perez

It wasn't a great movie, but I liked it enough. I'd watch it again if someone asked me to.

Willie Marshall avatar
Willie Marshall

Watched it several times and enjoyed it every time.

Ashley avatar

The actors do a great job realizing a surprisingly good script. Performance of Simone Liebster leaves me breathless every time. Special recognition has to be given to Glenn Phillips for his phenomenal performance!

Richard avatar

I gave this film a ten stars because I can't find any faults with it! The characters were lovable, and you could feel for them, the acting was brilliant from start to finish!

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Christine Alvarez

This is one of the best movies of all time in my opinion. Brilliant performances by Simone Liebster and Glenn Phillips.