Irgendwo in Berlin (Somewhere in Berlin) (1949)

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Filmed on location in the bombed-out titular city, Somewhere in Berlin details the horrendous plight of postwar German citizens, who were as much victims of Hitler's Third Reich as any conquered nation. The film concentrates on a gang of street kids who stumble across a cache of black-market fireworks. As the homeless children play soldier, the rest of the populace suffers from malnutrition, poverty and severe shortages. A few rays of hope emanate from the reunion of a returning soldier and his family. Director Gerhard Lamorecht manages to evoke sympathy for his characters, though the film might have been more effective had not some of the leading actors appeared so healthy and well-fed. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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NR
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Drama
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Cast

Fritz Rasp
as Uncle Kalle
Paul Bildt
as Herr Birke
Hans Leibelt
as Herr Eckmann
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