101 People Who Made the 20th Century – Season 1

DVD Release: July 13, 2018
101 People Who Made the 20th Century – Season 1
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Synopsis

101 People Who Made the 20th Century skillfully highlights the most influential people of the 20th century from around the world.

Styled as a documentary, this series artfully weaves narration, expert opinion, and original footage of events and people to give viewers an in-depth look into the lives of those who left an indelible mark on the modern world. In an era of great contrasts, viewers will learn of the moments that launched certain politicians, athletes, movie stars, scientists, drug cartels leaders, generals, evangelists, heroes and villains into fame or infamy.

Dove Review

101 People Who Made the 20th Century is an excellent historical series that effortlessly transports viewers to different countries and decades where world history was being made by individuals. Dove awards 101 People Who Made the 20th Century with approval for All Ages, however, this series relies on showing actual footage which could occasionally be disturbing for the youngest of the family.

Content Description

Faith: Religious leaders such as Billy Graham, Dalai Lama, and Pope John Paul II are highlighted.
Integrity: Many of these influential people acted out of selflessness.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Actual footage of WWII, Vietnam, and other conflicts shown; violent acts briefly described
Drugs: Drug cartels are spoken of, footage of drug use is shown
Nudity: Mild cleavage
Other: None

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Writer: Serge Ou
Director: Mike Kenneally
Producer: Serge Ou
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 180 min.
Industry Rating: TV-PG
Starring: Christina Lamb
Reviewer: Sam K.