Tag Archives: World War II

Night and Fog (1956)

“Who among us keeps watch over this strange watchtower to warn the arrival of our new executioners? Are their faces really different from our own?” I first heard about Night and Fog from another film I watched recently, Hotel Terminus. It was described as … Continue reading

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Hôtel Terminus (1988)

“Why condemn a man who’s set to die any day now? … We’ve got better things to worry about than these old problems.” I never expected to know so much about Klaus Barbie. Before this movie, I only vaguely knew … Continue reading

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San Pietro (1945)

“The lives lost were precious lives- to their county, to their loved ones, and to the men themselves.” Since the advent of the still camera, it has been easier than ever to demonstrate the horrors of war. In this film, San Pietro, … Continue reading

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