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Where Hands Touch

We live here a German love story and perhaps that story began in time of war and destruction. That story began with 15-year-old Lina, the daughter of a white German mother and a black father. It seems that Lena is still living in fear because of the color of her skin, where it is quite different later because of love. Over time, Lena meets Lutz, the son of a senior SS officer and member of Hitler's youth, where it seems that there will be love and that both fall in love immobile, putting their lives in danger dramatically and impact during that difficult period.
Duration: 122 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2018
IMDb: N/A
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alexandria Anonymous
this movie made me cry i rate this movie a solid 10
2019-01-03 02:01
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Movie Nation
September 19, 2018 The longer it lasts, the more insipid it gets
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Cinemalogue
September 28, 2018 ... provides mild insight into an obscure aspect of the war, although its heartfelt intentions ring hollow amid an abundance of sentimentality.
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Shadow and Act
September 20, 2018 Where Hands Touch is a waste of solid acting by Amandla Stenberg, and time for its viewers. Asante's attempt to make Nazi characters appear sympathetic is a perfect example of not reading the room, especially in this contentious time in our country.
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Los Angeles Times
September 13, 2018 Asante usually excels at sharing stories audiences haven't seen before, so it's unfortunate that this one feels so dully familiar.
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Variety
September 10, 2018 Stenberg carries the magnetism she brought to her breakthrough role in the YA romance "Everything, Everything," but she's betrayed by a stilted rendering of a rarely illuminated piece of history.
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Hollywood Reporter
September 10, 2018 Throughout, Asante raises questions about bravery, conscience and, most of all, identity.
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Pajiba
September 21, 2018 Where Hands Touch is unfortunately as problematic as we assumed; the questions it raises about national vs. cultural identity didn't need a Nazi romance to be resonant.
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New York Times
September 13, 2018 A gut-wrenching misfire.
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Observer
September 14, 2018 Where Hands Touch is a coming of age story, a saga of war, and a heart-rending love story about a forbidden romance that defied the odds against survival in a living hell.
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RogerEbert.com
September 10, 2018 When the complex, humanizing portrayal of Nazi characters and SS soldiers enter the picture, good intentions do derail fast, leading to disturbing outcomes.
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Geeks of Color
September 20, 2018 Asante focuses our attention on yet another story of the Black experience and she accomplishes what she sets out to do. Where Hands Touch is an important and beautiful film.
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Cinema Axis
December 16, 2018 While not hitting the heights it could have, Where Hands Touch is a reminder that there are plenty of stories from this era that have yet to be told.
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