Land Of Mine :- Watch Land Of Mine on Youtube on Fire, Danish director Martin Zandvliet dramatizes a fascinating World War II story about German prisoners put to work defusing land mines along the coast of Denmark. At this point it might seem hard to find a World War II story that hasn’t been told, but Danish director Martin Zandvliet has come up with a fresh and compelling approach to this well-traveled territory. Land of Mine, based on a true but not well-known part of history, rediscovers the past and brings it to life with remarkable assurance. The film works as a moving anti-war essay and as a gripping thriller. American audiences should respond. After the official end of the war in May 1945, German POWs in Denmark were put to work on a deadly missiondefusing more than two million German land mines that had been set along the country’s west coast, perhaps in the mistaken idea that this is where the Allied invasion of Europe would occur. The main character is Danish Sergeant Rasmussen (Roland Moller), who is assigned to train and oversee the German prisoners. Most of them are teenage boys conscripted by Hitler in the last days of the war, and they are hopelessly ill equipped to carry out their dangerous job. An early scene of the captured German soldiers being harassed by the Danes shows the understandable hatred that the Danes felt toward their occupiers. Rasmussen shares this contempt, and he is determined to treat the young soldiers under his command without the least bit of sympathy.
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Drama, History, War
Release: 3 December 2015 (Denmark)
IMDB Rating: 7.9/10
Director: Martin Zandvliet
Stars: Roland Møller, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Laura Bro