In 1982, Amos Gitai and a film crew travel around the occupied territories of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank as tensions mount, leading to the Israeli army's invasion of Lebanon. Gitai ... See full summary »
Set during the occupation of Poland during World War II. Some German soldiers, slaughter a woman, her son and daughter-in-law. The husband and his father escape by being in the forest. The ... See full summary »
German writer Ernst Jünger was born and lived in what has been the centre of European power, culture, politics and science for virtually the entire 20th century. Jünger fought in the first ... See full summary »
A remarkable and unjustly forgotten documentary about the Occupation of France during WWII
A remarkable and unjustly forgotten documentary. Cozarinsky juxtaposes newsreels from the WWII Occupation of France with the journals of novelist Ernst Junger, who was a Wehrmacht officer stationed in Paris. Thus, the soundtrack and images "interrogate" one another, challenging our perceptions of French attitudes to the war.
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