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USA · 1942 · 35 mm · Black and White · 84' · o.v. English
Sunday 7 | 8 | 2022, 11:30 · GranRex · Sub. French
Introduced by Lionel Baier
Sirk’s first American film, shot after the assassination of Heydrich and the Lidice massacres. Initially an independent film made by emigrant initiative, it was purchased by MGM and two scenes were reshot by Sirk. Carradine was “a Shakespearian stage actor. A lot of Nazis behaved like Shakespearian actors”. (D. Sirk)
John Carradine, Patricia Morison, Alan Curtis, Ralph Morgan, Howard Freeman
Eugen Schüfftan, Jack Greenhalgh
Peretz Hirshbein, Melvin Levy, Doris Malloy
"Victims Victorious" by Emil Ludwig and Albrecht Joseph, inspired by Bart Lytton's "Hangman's Village"