So Ends Our Night (1941)

  |  Drama, War


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Story about three German refugees during World War II who are always hiding, always in fear of deportation.


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24 July 2008 | RanchoTuVu
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| passport to pre-war Europe
Stateless refugees from Hitler's Germany must move from one country to the next in this realistic film from 1941. The realism is in the cast of actors other than the well known Glenn Ford, Frederic March, Frances Dee, and Margaret Sullavan, those playing the smaller but important parts of spies, sympathizers, officials, restaurateurs, nurses, etc...all with a keen eye for authenticity and details. As well, one of the best parts in the film is played by Erich Von Stroheim as an intelligent, sympathetic, and cunning SS officer who's out to arrest the non-conformist played in a terrific part by Frederic March. So while we follow the main characters and a touching love story and a biting role for March, the real value of the picture is the portrait it paints in its portrayals of the other people caught up in the pre-war manoeuvrings.

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Genres

Drama | War

Details

Release Date:

27 February 1941

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Budget:

$401,000 (estimated)

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