What the Media is Saying About Apocalypse '45
After 75 years, history still has many lessons to teach us. Read the reviews of the groundbreaking World War II documentary APOCALYPSE '45.
“A WWII MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER ON FIGHTING FASCISM AND NEO-NAZIS” - NICK SCHAGER, THE DAILY BEAST
“‘APOCALYPSE ‘45’ FILM REVIEW: WORLD WAR II DOCUMENTARY IS AN ELEGY TO THOSE WHO WERE LOST” - STEVE POND, THE WRAP
“‘APOCALYPSE '45’ (3.5/4 STARS)” - PETER SOBCZYNSKI, ROGER EBERT
“APOCALYPSE ‘45 USES GLORIOUSLY RESTORED FOOTAGE TO REVEAL THE UGLIEST SIDE OF OUR NATURE” - CHRIS BARSANTI, POP MATTERS
“‘APOCALYPSE ’45’ REVISITS HARROWING WAR IN THE PACIFIC” - STEPHEN SHAEFER, BOSTON HERALD
"‘APOCALYPSE ’45’ OFFERS NEW LOOK AT PACIFIC THEATER" - RICHARD VON BUSACK, SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY
“REVIEW: IN ‘APOCALYPSE ’45’ DOCUMENTARY, PACIFIC BATTLES LEAD TO END OF WORLD WAR II” - G. ALLEN JOHNSON, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
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