Film Screening: Land of Mine
April 26 at 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
Nominated for an Oscar (Best Foreign-Language Film), Land of Mine takes place in May 1945. At the end of the Second World War, young German prisoners of war are faced with the task of removing 45,000 land mines from the Danish coast. In German and Danish with English subtitles. This screening is sponsored by a CFE grant and offers a preview for the fall 2017 lecture course: GERM 265: Hitler in Hollywood, Cinematic Representations of Nazi Germany, taught by Dr. Priscilla Layne.
Contact: Priscilla Layne
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