The Man with the Iron Heart


Action / Biography / Thriller / War

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 1597


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Rosamund Pike as Lina Heydrich
Jason Clarke as Reinhard Heydrich
Mia Wasikowska as Anna Novak
Jack O'Connell as Jan Kubis
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Srinivas Bulusu 5 / 10

Great repetition...this is the actual postmortem report

I was intrigued by this Reinhard fellow and did some research and came up on this interesting publication in the a medical journal delving into the postmortem report. Worth a read:

The movie definitely portrays the mindset of the SS in a spine-chilling way. Having seeing Anthropoid there was no excitement was the movie went on as I knew what was coming.

Reviewed by dncorp 7 / 10

A strong first half but weak second half

Where did they get all of these props. Almost everything was Historically Accurate down to the clocks, German Hanomags SdKfz (Armored Cars), clothes, Uniforms. Whole City of Extras. The Street Cars, not something Modern CGI can do. Having been to Czechoslovakia "back in the day" still did not look like this 1930s to 1945, Czechoslovakia used to make some of the best Chrystal Glassware (cut crystal glasses), that I still have.

By having all of these authentic props this added lots of credibility to the movie. During the being there were only the early Panzers (tanks) this movie had those.

Asymmetric Warfare (Guerrilla Warfare) always has repercussions as the U.S. Office of Strategic Services (O.S.S.) later found out doing similar Missions at Occupied France and other NAZI Occupied Nations.

Never could understand why anybody would kill themselves instead of taking out as many Enemy as possible, until shot and killed. Killing as many Enemy while saving the last bullet for yourself sends the Enemy a different kind of message. For quite a while Operatives have been trained to shoot themselves in the left or right eye, not the temple of the head (not 100 percent assured death).

The animosity between the German Army (Wehrmacht) and the SS is displayed briefly. Many do not realize the hatred of the SA Sturmabteilung and the SS Schutzstaffel with the SS massacres of the SA, as depicted in this movie.

This Movie should be shown at German Gymnasiums (High Schools) as part of German History.

Reviewed by mitchel1986 8 / 10

Entertaining, informative and original

Watched this movie at a sneak preview last night, and I enjoyed it!

The assassination of Obergruppenfuhrer of the SS Reinhard Heydrich is a story worth telling. Several movies did (in some way); Operation Daybreak (1975), Lidice (2011) and the more recently released Anthropoid (2016). HHhH chose a slightly different angle, in twofold. The first part of the movie centers around Heydrich and his rise to power. The second part focuses on his assassination, told from the viewpoint of the Czech resistance, Jozef Gabcik and Jan Kubis in particular. The first part is slow, prioritizing character development. The second part is faster, making it a completely different (and original!) movie.

I read some negative reviews complaining about the two movies in one structure. I understand, it feels a little unsatisfied and rushed at times. Rosamund Pikes character as Heydrichs wife is not used to its full potential in my opinion, and some details are left out of the story (Kubis did not actually commit suicide but was fatally wounded and died in the hospital, not only Gabcik but they both shot at Heydrich in the car…etc). Nevertheless, I found in highly entertaining, informative and original. And the casting of Stephen Graham as Himmler is beyond scary.

Well worth a watch! Makes you at least want to know more about this very interesting story when you leave the theater.

One more thing, we should stop comparing present day Nazi characters in movies with the representation of Ralph Fiennes' Amon Goeth in Schindler's List. It just unfair :)

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