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Larga (as Dalio)
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Le docteur Guilbert
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Hilde Garosi
Fosco Giachetti ...
Garosi
Paul Bernard ...
Couturier - le journaliste
Jo Dest ...
Forster (as Jodest)
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Willy Morus
Anne Campion ...
Ingrid Ericksen
Andreas von Halberstadt ...
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Jean Didier ...
Le commandant du sous-marin / The Captain
Lucien Hector ...
Ericksen
Jean Lozach ...
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Karl Münch ...
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Georges Niemann
Max Herman
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I give this film five stars although I would rather have given it one star, because of the other reviews posted here. I cannot say for sure that this is René Clement's weakest film but it is by far not his best and it is the weakest I can remember to have seen. It contains the typical Nazi stereotypes that were maybe true, I don't know, but nevertheless boring. Had the Nazis all have been such idiots they could hardly have lasted six years in a war against practically the whole world. True, they were first supported by the west to scare off the Bolsheviks but later on they were pretty much alone against the whole world. When it came out maybe there were not that many films about Nazi stereotypes and so it must have seemed better thenö but I review the film from the impact it could have to day and in that lite it is at best vaguely interesting but on no account whatsoever comparable with Les yeux interdit, for example. I just went through the list of Clements films and of the ones I've seen, this is indeed his weakest.


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