All Quiet on the Western Front has set new records on Netflix with over 150 million hours of viewership since its release in October 

The movie portrays the story of protagonist Paul Bäumer and his friends who join the German Army during World War I 

The harsh realities of war soon confront the young soldiers, leading them to question the motives of their authority figures 

The 147-minute runtime of the film implies that the total number of viewership hours, which exceeds 150 million 

Although the exact number of full views of the movie is unknown, the fact that it achieved 150 million minutes of screen time is impressive 

Director Berger used tangible objects, such as a scarf, to express the themes of the film visually, and he lauded the 1929 novel that inspired the movie 

The novel highlights the devastating impact of war on soldiers' innocence and the loss of millions of lives during the war years 

The film has been nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Original Score composed by Volker Bertelmann 

Bertelmann, who performs under the name Hauschka, previously managed the music for the Oscar-nominated movie Lion 

Although the actual number of awards won by "All Quiet on the Western Front" is yet to be determined, its remarkable viewership numbers demonstrate its exceptional quality