Originally Posted by Tyburn
I think the movie tried to do that by mixing things up. Do you recall the scene that there was a big battle between the Reds and the Germans, and it was interspersed with the scene of the third Brothers marriage in the community?
I dont think it was jumpy or fearful...but I think it did leave a sense of...unease...perhaps thats harder to deal with
I thought the movie was well done the way it was edited and visually, my only criticism was the lack of fear.
I just thought that a movie where people are hiding for their lives should have a higher level of suspense and fear. I remember watching Schindler's list and being terrified throughout the movie.