An RAF pilot who was shot down during WWII returns home to his English village with his new bride. The trouble is that she is the German lady who helped him escape. Then her brother arrives.
Steve Crook <email@example.com>
Courageously presents one of the most provocative themes the screen has ever known.
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Opening credits: This film is based on fact but the characters and events portrayed are fictitious. Any similarity to any name or individual is coincidental. See more
The film' s opening shows a Polish city [ later revealed to be Krakow ] in the midst of heavy fighting. Krakow was abandoned by the Germans and taken by the Red Army with no destruction or street fighting. See more
[after watching a newsreel about the liberation of Belsen
I knew. I knew there were such places. We all knew.
Opening credits prologue: POLAND-MARCH 1945 No man's land between the German and the Russian armies. See more
References Phantom Lady
Das zerbrochene Ringlein
Music by Friedrich Glück
Lyrics by Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff See more