Another Bi-racial flick, another Nazi flick and just another typical Hollywood flick i mean jeez i actually think that since '12 Years of Slave' came out Hollywood is trying to make this stereotypical black people being hated by everyone movies to work once again but they seriously lack the charm, the drama and definitely the leading material to succeed as a whole really.
Where Hands Touch (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Where Hands Touch (2018) 1080p
Where Hands Touch is a movie starring Abbie Cornish, Amandla Stenberg, and George MacKay. A rites of passage story of a bi-racial teen struggling for survival in Nazi Germany.
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The Synopsis for Where Hands Touch (2018) 1080p
Germany 1944: 15-year old Leyna (Amandla Stenberg), daughter of a white German mother and a black father, lives in fear due to the color of her skin. When she meets Lutz (George MacKay), the son of a prominent SS officer and a member of the Hitler Youth - mandatory for all Aryan boys since 1936 - the two fall helplessly in love, putting both their lives at risk. An original coming of age story through the eyes of a bi-racial teen as she witnesses the persecution of Jews and those deemed 'non-pure'.
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The Reviews for Where Hands Touch (2018) 1080p
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Another race hating propaganda !
All lives matter , not just Black , or White or Asian .... OK
This film is like a musical performance making a deep impression despite a few wrong notes. Few films have represented the racial attitudes in Nazi Germany as accurately, and the misery of life in a concentration camp as well as this one. It gets the relevant things right--while getting some details a bit wrong.
The costumes are very authentic, except for the army and Hitler Youth uniforms, which look much better than the real thing. While death camps were almost exclusively SS operations, the perpetrators are all dressed as army. I suspect costume availability had something to do with that. There was a contemporary issue as to concentration camp duty as a way for cowards to avoid battle, but it played out differently than shown. Also, why are there so many '30s French cars in Germany?
I greatly admire the way this film shows how concentration camp existence consisted of one deadly gauntlet after another. One could come out alive only as the chance beneficiary of one dumb coincidence after another. What a pity that it had to wait until there are so few actual survivors to comment.