No Man’s Land – Hell on Earth (1931)

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2 Responses to No Man’s Land – Hell on Earth (1931)

  1. berti glaubach says:

    I missed the picture in 1933 (was only 3.5 years old). Impressive for that time, and goes very well with the “Tag” and its redactor’s policy.
    Later (1937/8) the Roxy brought mainly Wild West a la Zorro films,
    it was considered a Revolver Kino. I did not miss many of those pictures.

  2. What a poignant, beautifully crafted film. I loved the symbolism; the three languages used in the film; the way the Jew is simply from “somewhere in Eastern Europe.” Of course, he is silenced, wearing white and exits the bunker unarmed… how ominous.

    Thank you, Edgar, for sharing this.

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