The 25th Hour (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, War


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In World War II, a Romanian gentile peasant is denounced by the village gendarme and sent to a concentration camp for Jews where, due to an error, he's drafted into the S.S.


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16 November 2002 | jleeo
A Lasting Memory
I saw this movie when I was 17 years old. I am 52. I am still haunted with this movie and think it might have been the movie that has impressed my life more than any other. I don't recall the quality of the acting or cinema work. I just remember the story and the way that Mr. Quinn played this part. Get it. See it. You will remember it.

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Release Date:

26 April 1967

Language

French, English, Romanian


Country of Origin

France, Italy, Yugoslavia

Filming Locations

Romania

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