Highest-Rated Movies about 'Transformation', Sort by Popularity

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), A One and a Two... (2000), Autumn Spring (2002), The Long Good Friday (1980), Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse (2017), On the Bowery (1956), Croupier (1998), The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl (1993) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best Transformation movies.

#8. The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl (1993)

Storyline: Ray Müller directs this extensive documentary on the life of Nazi propaganda filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl. Created at the behest of Riefenstahl, the film honestly delves into her association with Hitler and the extent to which she knows of the Nazi Party's entire strategy. It also gives a fuller picture of Riefenstahl's life, discussing her ascent from dancer to documentary filmmaker, as well as her post-Nazi work, which includes nature filmmaking and photography.

Plot Keywords: filmmaker, adolf hitler, photographer, actress, nazi, fascinating, powerful ...

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#9. Watermarks (2004)

Storyline: Taking its name from the Hebrew word for strength, the Hakoah Vienna sports club produced a host of talented female swimmers, who thrived in opposition to anti-Semitic trends that began to color Austrian society in the early 20th century. The club was a casualty of Hitler's rise to power in the 1930s, but several of the women who were team members went on to live long, colorful lives. Now senior citizens, they're reunited in this documentary about sports, survival and bravery.

Plot Keywords: swimmer, young woman, nazi, elderly woman, teammate, holocaust survivor, profound ...

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#11. Fighter (2000)

Storyline: "Fighter" follows two friends, Jan Wiener, to whom the title refers, and Arnost Lustig, a writer - both in their seventies, and both exiles from Communist Czechoslovakia now living in America - as they retrace Wiener's escape from Prague after the Nazi takeover in the 1930s. Incorporating rare archival footage from Nazi and Communist propaganda films, the documentary focuses on the interaction between Wiener and Lustig as they retrace Wiener's steps.

Plot Keywords: documentarian, holocaust survivor, mother, jew, friend, elderly person, spirited ...

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#13. Up the Yangtze (2007)

Storyline: This documentary examine China's rapidly changing economy by focusing on the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. For the government, the dam stands as a symbol of progress; but it displaces hundreds of families during its creation. Following local teenagers Chen Bo Yu and Yu Shi, who work on one of the Western cruise lines that sails up the Yangtze near the dam, the film details the friction in Chinese society as its citizens struggle with the realities of its new consumer capitalism.

Plot Keywords: cruise employee, tourist, mother, father, teenager, intense, emotional ...

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#14. Comrades in Dreams (2006)

Storyline: This 2006 documentary looks at diverse people from various countries around the world who share a common passion for movies. The film follows independent theater owners, chronicling their struggles to discover and share cinematic gems with audiences. Featured venues include an Indian circus tent, an old Wyoming barn, and an open-air theater in West Africa. All face the familiar problems of booking, marketing and financing present in larger theaters, but persevere because of their passions.

Plot Keywords: filmmaker, film fan, inspiring, touching, india, north korea, wyoming ...

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