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NO MAN'S LAND
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NIEMANDSLAND

(NO MAN'S LAND)

Directed by : Victor TRIVAS

Year of production : 1931 Country : GERMANY Length : 81 minutes

Synopsis

In August 1914, a general mobilization puts an end to the quietness of European life. Five people from different countries and backgrounds find themselves in 1918 in the rubble of a trench in a No Man's Land from the front. In this pocket where fraternization finally settled, the Black, a polyglot, is a federative and entertaining element when tensions revive. Their presence detected, they must again make common cause to get away with a massive bombardment. When comes the end of fightings, they hammer at barbwires, symbol of boundary between people.

Credits

Victor TRIVAS - Director

Victor TRIVAS - Script / Dialogue

Conny CARSTENNSEN - Cinematography

Artur SCHWARZ - Set decorator

Walther STERN - Film Editor

Carl-Erich KROSCHKE - Sound

Hanns EISLER - Music

Casting

Georges PECLET - Charles Durand, the French man

Ernst BUSCH - Emil Köhler, the german man

Wladimir SOKOLOFF - Lewin, the jew

Louis DOUGLAS - The Black

Rose MAI - Jeannette, the French girl

Hugh STEPHEN DOUGLAS - Charles Brown, the English man

Zoe FRANK - Mrs Charles Brown

Film's poster © DR

Contacts

Production

RESCO-FILMPRODUKTION


Distribution

CNC AFF - T: +33 (0)1 30 14 80 43 - www.cnc-aff.fr
- contact.savec@cnc.fr


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