Murderers Among Us (1946)

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After returning from a concentration camp, Susanne finds an ex-soldier living in her apartment. Together the two try to move past their experiences during WWII.


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  • Wilhelm Borchert and Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)
  • Wilhelm Borchert and Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)
  • Wilhelm Borchert and Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)
  • Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)
  • Wilhelm Borchert and Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)
  • Hildegard Knef in Murderers Among Us (1946)

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28 March 2006 | peterpolaroid
9
| Excellent piece of German history
Having just seen this movie for the first time, I'll agree with some of the other comments.

The acting seems theatrical, at times almost political. The movie would make a great double with "The Third Man".

What struck me was the significance of this movie. That the Soviets are the ones that made it possible. That forgiveness (and legal justice) not revenge were the goals to move past the horrors of life, a message only brought about by the Soviets changing the ending. Not having known the history of this movie, I wondered about the soviet involvement, when in one street scene children were playing within a stones throw of a wrecked soviet tank. (Or was it wrecked?).

It was made in 1946. I can only imagine the hardship for everyone overrun by the wars destructive path. This movie plainly shows that life does continue.

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