Sophie Scholl

Sophie Scholl
Sophie Scholl

Film Details

Year

2005

Duration

115 minutes

Genres

Biopics

Language

German (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

21-year-old German student Sophie Scholl was a leading member of the "White Rose" - a group of young people who offered resistance to the Nazi regime from within Germany itself, distributing leaflets among the public calling for the overthrow of Hitler during World War Two. Finally, in 1943, Sophie was arrested - but even while under interrogation with the shadow of her certain execution ahead, Sophie stood firm in her beliefs and refused to incriminate her fellow White Rose members. A moving and powerful film based on the trial records, and featuring dialogue taken from Sophie Scholl's own words.

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PG Classification

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains mild violence.

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