Land of Mine

Land of Mine

 


Land of Mine Film
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Taking place in May 1945 only a few days after the end of the war, the film tells the story of how a group of German prisoners of war were brought to Denmark and forced to disarm the two million land mines that had been scattered along the West Coast by the German occupying forces. In charge of the enfeebled young men performing the dangerous task is Sergeant Carl Leopold Rasmussen. Like so many of his fellow Danes, he has a deep hatred for the Germans after having suffered five years of hardships during the occupation. He lets his rage rain down on the prisoners, until one day a tragic incident makes him change his view of the enemy even if it may be too late – source.


KookiSneak’s Ratings:
93.25 / 100 Reviewer

Acting

92

Directing

95

Cinematography

91

Plot

95

 

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Film Credits:

Genre:  Foreign Film, War Drama

Cast:  Roland Møller, Louis Hofmann, Joel Basman, Oskar Bökelmann, Emil Belton, Oskar Belton, Leon Seidel, Mikkel Følsgaard, Laura Bro,

Director:  Martin Zandvliet

Screenplay:  Martin Zandvliet

Music:  Sune Martin

Released:  December 3, 2015 (Denmark) and December 16, 2016 (USA)

Rated:  R (Disturbing Images, language)

Length: 1 hour 40 minutes

Studio:  Nordisk Film


Country: Denmark and Germany
Box Office Gross: $435,266 (worldwide)

Awards & Nomination
Best Foreign Language Film - 2017 Academy Awards

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Accolades
*NY Observer: “This is a truly wonderful film, so carefully made, full of humanity and very suspenseful”
*Variety: “Really beautiful film, a powerful perfect story”
*Empire Magazine: “Blown away by this powerful film”

Poster & Fair Use: Source Nordisk Film
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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Really good movie if you don’t mind reading while watching

  2. Excellent movie, although it is not in English. It is a very intense film and one of the best of the year.

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