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War of Horrors (2011)

| Short, History, Horror
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Set during post war Paris 1946 and war torn Berlin 1945. A British news reporter travels to Paris to interview a German Doctor (Stefan Ehrlichmann) regarding claims reported by a rival ... See full summary »

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... Stefan Ehrilichman
James Parsons ... Lloyd Adams
Anna Lena Memmel ... Elsa Ehrlichmann
Mark Willis ... The Figure / Wounded Soldier
Adam Brown ... The Other / Soviet Soldier
Roddy Cooley ... The Other / The Soviet Soldier
Steve Ellis ... Reader
Harriet Madden ... Waitress
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Set during post war Paris 1946 and war torn Berlin 1945. A British news reporter travels to Paris to interview a German Doctor (Stefan Ehrlichmann) regarding claims reported by a rival newspaper. Stefan claims to have encountered demonic beasts while hiding out with his wife (Elsa) during the Battle of Berlin. As the skeptical reporter questions Stefan's account and state of mind he discovers another version of the story. This leaves the reporter with a dilemma of which story to believe and report back to his editor. Written by Anonymous

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Short | History | Horror | War

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Great film, a new take on war/horror films !
30 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

Great film, stars in the making! Nic Cooley has got to be one of the best, most fresh upcoming directors of our generation, excellent direction, great music score, fantastic cast and crew. Very thought provoking and emotional. Makeup was grate and the end product was worth all of the hours of hard work that went into the filming and production of the film, Being set during the battle of Berlin, and how the story later reveals itself is a fresh outlook on usual second world war stories from the most common Hollywood pictures. This is the first of hopefully many films from writer/director Nic Cooley and hope to see more from him in the future, A great film and was enjoyed by all that were fortunate to be invited to the private viewing.


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