The Ninth Circle (1960)

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In order to save Jewish girl from the Nazis and their colaborators, Croatian family arranges her to be wed to their young son. Young man is displeased with sudden end to his careless youth ... See full summary »


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23 March 2014 | jeremiah59
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| Deeply moving holocaust drama and love story
The Ninth Circle (Deveti krug) is a 1960 Yugoslavian film directed by Slovenian director France Stiglic, produced by Jadran film, Zagreb.

It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival. And it won Golden Arena at Pula Film Festival in 1960.

In 1999, a poll of Croatian film critics found it to be one of the best Croatian films ever made.

It is a deeply moving holocaust drama and love story, set in Zagreb, Croatia, during pro-Nazi Ustashe regime.

The movie was sold and distributed in many countries all over the world. It had its American premiere at the Carnegie Hall Cinema on September 14, 1961.

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