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The ghost of George Sanders reminds you to link your films, and that one should feel free to move on if bored.
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Roberto Rosselini paints a picture of the suffering endured by German citizens living in Berlin Immediately following the end of WWII. It may have been his aim to infuriate me, if that was his goal it worked. I kept thinking, how dare these Nazi supporters complain about no meat or butter when they stood silent while millions were starved to death while they pretended to not know.
I feel that way about Germans too. And Russians. And Turks. And Italians. And Japanese. And Chinese. And English. And Swedes. And Hungarians. And Swiss. And Americans.
But what did you think of the movie?
I thought that it showed that Germans, at the end of the war, were still more concerned about their hardships, which they caused themselves, than the brutal torment of innocent children.
It was the damned Danes that caused all that suffering.
Right the fuck on!
Little known fact that Denmark lured Germany into invading Poland and then, to divert attention, tricked the Germans into occupying Denmark for 5 years while the rest of you guys kicked the shit out of them. Sorry about the Jews, that was not part of the plan.
About time you assholes confessed to it.