Walter G. Moss: Although the TV series does have some faults—e.g., a few of the final episodes seem to drag a bit—it provides for the average viewer a good overall picture of a turbulent period of Russian history.
Walter G. Moss: Having viewed various musical performances since the 1950s, I have never seen a greater mix of music and personal story-telling than that of the dark-t-shirted Bruce Springsteen in his streaming performance of “Springsteen on Broadway.”
Walter Moss: Having been to the Soviet Union and then Russia many times from 1978 to 1995, viewing the “End of the Line” brought back many nostalgic moments.
Walter G. Moss: One important reflection the film left me with was how difficult it is to deal with someone who is irrational or whose mental world is very different than ours.
Walter G. Moss: Although most people would like to think that they would resist the Nazi invaders and not cooperate with them in any way, the reality for occupied peoples—under the Germans and other occupiers—was usually much more varied.