Another Anti-War Film Goebbels Hated!

Bristol’s Remembering The Real World War 1 group presents another classic German anti-war film at the Cube Cinema.

Niemandsland (English title ‘Hell On Earth‘) was released in 1931. One of the first German ‘talkies’, the film was directed by Victor Trivas with a musical score by Hans Eisler, friend and collaborator of Bertholt Brecht.

Where: Cube Cinema, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2 8JD

Time: 8pm

Date: Monday November 5th

Admission: £5, £4 concessions

To book tickets:: https://cubecinema.com/programme/event/niemandslandno-mans-landhell-on-earth,9961/

To find the Cube: http://www.cubecinema.com/pages/about/directions/

During World War One, five soldiers from different nations end up together amongst ruins in no man’s land and decide to stick together.

One of the main characters was played by Lewis Douglas, a black American actor, and this made the film especially hateful to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels who ordered every copy of the film to be destroyed.

But one survived so we can screen it! The film will be introduced by film historian Humberto Perez-Blanco

For more information email rememberingrealww1@gmail.com

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