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Die verlorene Zeit (2011)

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Die Verlorene Zeit (Remembrance) depicts a remarkable love story that blossomed amidst the terror of a German concentration camp in 1944 Poland. This impossible passion fuels the courage of... See full summary »

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Hannah Silberstein 1944
Dagmar Manzel ...
Hannah Levine 1976
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Tomasz Limanowski 1944
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Stefania Limanowska
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Daniel Levine
Lech Mackiewicz ...
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Magdalena Limonowska
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Hans von Eidem
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Rebecca Levine
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Czeslaw Limanowski
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Janusz
Anja Antonowicz ...
Ewa Limanowska (as Anna Antonowicz)
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Henryk
Petra Hartung ...
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Die Verlorene Zeit (Remembrance) depicts a remarkable love story that blossomed amidst the terror of a German concentration camp in 1944 Poland. This impossible passion fuels the courage of a Polish prisoner who manages to rescue his Jewish girlfriend. Against all odds, they escape the camp and survive a treacherous journey to freedom. But during the chaos of the end of the war, they are forcibly separated and each is convinced that the other has died. More than thirty years later in New York, the happily married 52-year-old woman accidentally finds out that her former Polish lover is still alive. And she has to see him again. Written by Pam Katz / Anna Justice

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24 November 2011 (Germany)  »

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Ano Hi Ano Toki Ai No Kioku  »

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In the final scene, when Hannah gets out of the bus, she is standing in shade near the traffic island. In the next long shot, she is still standing near the traffic island but now she is back-lit by the sun. See more »

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poignant and well-acted
27 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

beautiful, haunting, superbly acted. One of the finest personal stories I've seen about World War II. Excellent cast! I felt that there wasn't black or white, and while it would have been easy to fall into clichés, the story actually left a lot to explore on our own and there was much more grey. I was particularly impressed by the actors, there was so much nuance and emotion and subtlety that at times I felt it was too real to be acted out. I stumbled upon this movie on Netflix and I didn't know what to expect. WWII movies can be too melodramatic and predictable, in my experience. However, this swept me off my feet and I feel that I will be going back to these story over and over again. I am so glad that I have decided to give it a try! Fantastic movie!


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