The Happiest Place on Earth (1999)

  |  Biography, Drama


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The story of Robert Hughes-Lambert, who was captured by Nazis when his active homosexuality was discovered during the filming of Mermoz (1943).


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21 July 2003 | gabrielazevedo
How the worst of the human beings appears during hard times.
The feature film tell us the grim story of the French actor Robert Hughes-Lambert during the Second World War in Paris.It is sad to contemplate how he was selected by the Nazi followers for the roll of pilot hero Jean Mermoz (1901-36) taking into consideration only his pseudo-Aryan physical characteristics. The deformation of Mermoz life by the official censorship and the inhuman treatment that Lambert received for all the people around him, made me sick. I CONCLUDED THAT THE WORST OF THE HUMAN BEINGS APPEAR DURING HARD TIMES.

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Biography | Drama

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Release Date:

28 April 1999

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Germany, Switzerland

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