That looks like a powerful film, too, but once again although mantioned, her faith is downplayed, at least by the reviewers. I do not doubt the reviewers of both films liked very much the quality film making and the attack on the Hitler "right wing extremists". and glossed over the faith in god shown by these martyrs.
J.P. Hubert Jr. MD FACS Catholic Biomedical Ethicist
Recently, multiple revisionist Catholic writers including some Catholic Theologians have opined on the significance of the Terry Schiavo case asserting that it was morally licit to remove her feeding tube, thus insuring that she would die of dehydration. This author has rebutted them in the past. Unfortunately, various writers continue to promulgate opinions which contradict constant Catholic magisterial teaching as if it were compatible with orthodox Catholic belief and practice. The latest article adds to the perfidy by incredibly; alleging that the late Holiness Pope John Paul IIs 2004 allocution on the Persistent Vegetative State was itself revisionist.
Terri after the attack and before bioethicking.
Their approving review of The White Rose is to be found under the works of director Michael Verhoeven. There's nothing said about the White Rose students being Christians willing to die for their beliefs; but who'd expect mention of that in a sales blurb? Here's a publicity still. What a pretty young woman Sophie Scholl was, in life and portrayed in film.