During World War II, Poland comes under Nazi control and Jews are sent to the ghettos. While some stand silent, Catholic teenager Stefania Podgorska chooses to hide 13 Jews in her attic. But every day she risks detection---and immediate execution! A true story of a young woman's unwavering resolve and selfless commitment. Dove approved (12+). 90 minutes.
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Hidden in Silence, DVD
Always amazed at their courage during WWII
I enjoy reading and watching about World War II. It was a terrible era of human history and am always astounded by the stories of heroic deeds performed by average people. Good still existed in those dark days, and I love to hear their stories.
January 27, 2014
A great family movie
A great family movie to remember everyday heroes of WWII.
December 20, 2013
Very good describtion of world war II
A very good film of the trouble people had in World War II. Very good actors and very good pictures. I learned how hard it was too live as a Jew during this time. I glad that all of the people were freed at the end of the War and were able to get on with their lives. I would recommend it too everyone.
December 11, 2013
One Illicit Scene Ruins Entire Movie
Our family was enjoying this wonderful movie one Sunday night...Until an extremely illicit scene with soldiers and German women appeared. My husband had to jump up from the couch and stand in front of the television with the controls in hand, he couldn't move quick enough! It's really a shame. This could have been a most wonderful movie, but the producers chose to put in unneeded filth in one scene. I would have loved to have given this movie an excellent review. The illicit scene shows soldiers unzipping their pants and people in steamy bed scenes together. Not happy with that at all. There is no nice way of putting it and I hope this helps another family. Great movie, but one illicit scene ruins it. I'm so sorry the producers chose to do that, it makes me sad and it makes me sadder that this is so accepted! Please beware!
September 3, 2013