Published on July 26th, 20115
World War II in HD
World War II in HD is a 10-part documentary TV mini series aired by the History Channel. This WW2 film is the 1st documentary to feature World War 2 as it truly was through the point of view of each side in stunning high definition color. Selected from rare color archive video clips from a comprehensive worldwide research and transformed into HD using a painstaking new method, this war series makes use of journals along with source files to follow the private stories of a few of soldiers who fought WW2.
The filmmakers concentrates on the firsthand experiences of 12 American service members in the course of the war, which includes an affiliate from the Tuskegee Airmen, an Army nurse, an Austrian Jew immigrant, and a 2nd generation Japanese American as well as POW or prisoner of war. The 12 members documented their time in each cinemas and a few had later interviews. The narration delivered by Mr. Gary Sinise flawlessly intertwines the personal stories with all the details of the battles and tactics employed, providing the viewers all the background history to understand what is happening.
WWII in HB series is done outstandingly. The additional backdrop of the WWII colored footages of the events definitely causes it to become more lively. It isn’t really true HD, however that is not surprising for a film being nearly 70 years old. This documentary is the most graphically disturbing war movie ever produced. Its not for the fainted heart. The production team were seeking to present what a real war seems like.
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