Testament of Youth Trailer & Clips


Testament of Youth full movie is released on Jan 16, 2015. Watch Testament of Youth online - the German Biography movie from United Kingdom , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $5,874,883. Testament of Youth is directed by James Kent and created by Vera Brittain with Alicia Vikander and Taron Egerton. Testament of Youth is available online on Apple iTunes and Amazon Video.

A long, long time ago, back in the spring of 1914, they were so happy together. There was Vera Brittain, an upper class girl with ideas of her own; and her bright brother Edward; and his group of friends among whom Roland Leighton, wonderful, handsome, sensitive Roland Vera had fallen for... Always having great times together talking, laughing, exchanging ideas, walking, eating, swimming together; all of them envisioning the glittering future they deserved: Vera, despite her father's opposition, would study at Oxford, marry Roland and be a famous writer; Roland, as for him, would be acclaimed as a great poet while Edward and his friends would each become a prominent figure in his respective field... But then came that fateful day on 4 August 1914 when Britain declared war on Germany. All those beautiful dreams were to be shattered one after the other. All except one: Vera wound up becoming a writer... A writer but a pacifist as well.

As know as:

Testament Of Youth, Στον έρωτα και στον πόλεμο, Спогади про майбутнє, Testament mládí, Testamentul tinereții

Release Date:

Jun 05, 2015

Release Date (Streaming):

Oct 20, 2015


United Kingdom, Denmark


German, English

Stream Service:

Sony Pictures Classics

Production Companies:

BBC Films, BFI Film Fund, Heyday Films

Official Site:

BBC Films

Gross worldwide:



Divided by war. United by love.


Tom Long
Detroit News
Somehow, Vikander sells it all, not with braying and big gestures, but with vulnerability, sincerity and the sort of ethereal realness that can't be quantified. More, please, more.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 10, 2015
Moira MacDonald
Seattle Times
Though the movie at times feels oddly unfinished (you wonder what Miranda Richardson, in a tiny role as an Oxford professor, is there for), it's artful and moving.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 09, 2015
Joe Williams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
As a story, it evokes a word that no battlefield nurse would ever apply to her experiences: sterile.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 09, 2015

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