Judgement At Nuremberg Movie Analysis

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Judgment at Nuremberg is a movie which was directed by Stanley Kramer and was written by Abby Mann based on a true story of a tribunal that happened in Nuremberg, Germany in 1948 until 1949. The film with 179 minutes duration shows us the tribunal to trial four NAZI judges who were very famous in the NAZI era. They were Dr. Ernst Janning, (Burt Lancaster), Emil Hahn (Werner Klemperer), Warner Lampe (Torben Meyer) and Friedrich Hofstetter (Martin Brand). The judges who were presiding in the tribunal were Judge Dan Haywood (Spencer Tracy) with two other judges who were American judge and arrived in Nuremberg in 1948. The tribunal was begun by asking the four defendants whether they were guilty or not, and they replied no. The prosecutor, Colonel…show more content…
The pictures shown in this movie are still in black-and-white style as it was released in 1961. Actually the pictures were good, but viewers can not enjoy it fully as the black-and-white pictures will really bother them. It is the only weakness I can found in this movie and it is really unfortunate but it also still can be accepted as it was a 1961 movie. Talking about actors and actresses, they casted excellently in the movie. They did their job very well. As they did it very well, while watching we will feel tense, sad, happy, sometimes we will feel anger based on what is being shown in the screen. Based on its title, Judgment at Nuremberg, it’s not a kind of an entertaining movie. It’s a kind of a learning movie especially in purpose of law learning, historical learning, and political learning as it always talking about laws, justices, politics, history, and many more in relation with those aspects and very few times it shows the other aspect. So for those who are seeking the happiness and entertainment, this movie is not recommended. But for those who want to know more about law, tribunal, politics, and history, this movie is highly recommended as me myself rate this film 4,5 of

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