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Nackt unter Wölfen (Naked Among Wolves) (1967)

Nackt unter Wölfen (Naked Among Wolves) (1967)





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Prisoners in a Nazi concentration camp risk their lives by taking in a young Jewish boy rescued from a Polish ghetto. The camp commander hears about the boy and tightens up on the already cruelly treated prisoners. They whisk the boy away from being discovered, always staying one step ahead of the Nazi guards and the livid commandant. The boy is eventually discovered and both he and the prisoners now face certain death. Only the Allied invasion and subsequent tank patrols can save the prisoners and their young friend from doom.
Art House & International , Drama
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Fred Delmare
as Pippig
Gerry Wolff
as Bockow
Viktor Avdyushko
as Bogorski
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Decent movie. Great cinematography, good acting (With the exception of the little boy). But, it was very unrealistic.

Dorianator Fournier
Dorianator Fournier

This is an emotional churning masterpiece that captures the most brutal side of humanity. Every turn of the movie kept you yearning for safety for a fragile beautiful boy. A must see for anybody interested in World War 2 or the Holucaust. When it started and I saw it was in subtexts I almost turned it off, but I was so glad I didn't. The fact this movie used authentic languages gave it a very authentic feel. Just be prepared to be emotionally drained when this comes to an end. I have seen several Holucaust movies but this movie showed the timing of the American forces to liberate the labor camps like I had not remembered seeing before.

Brian  Andrews
Brian Andrews

Allegedly the first German film set in a concentration camp. I've developed a belief that no Holocaust movie should end on a note of hope, and this film breaks that rule. Furthermore, it really doesn't convey the brutality strongly enough (although it does attempt to). Other than that, I have no particular complaints... it's a tense story with some good characterizations and stark photography.

Martin Teller
Martin Teller

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