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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