Film

This field includes movies, documentaries, and other.

Castellari, Enzo G. Quel Maledetto Treno Blindato. The Inglorious Bastards. Italy: Capitol International, 1978.
Wajda, Andrzej. Kanal. Poland: Zespół Filmowy Kadr, 1957.

The second film in Andrzej Wajda’s World War II triology, preceded by A Generation and followed by Ashes and Diamonds. It is also the first film to document the Warsaw Uprising.

J. Thompson, Lee. Ice Cold in Alex. Dessert Attack. England: Associated British-Pathé, 1958.

Released in the United States in 1961 under the title Dessert Attack and cut down to 78 minutes.

Launder, Frank. I See a Dark Stranger. The Adventuress. United Kingdom: General Film Distributors LTD., 1946.
Malle, Louis. Lacombe, Lucien. France: Cinema International Corporation, 1974.
Kramer, Stanley. Judgment at Nuremberg. United States: United Artists, 1961.

selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

Hutton, Brian G. Kelly's Heroes. United States: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970.
Boorman, John, and Eric Bercovici. Hell in the Pacific, Edited by Reuben Bercovitch and Alexander Jacobs. Inferno en el Pacífico. United States: Cinerama, 1968.

The film only has two characters, soldiers, one American the other Japanese marooned on an uninhabited Pacific island during World War II. It contains little dialogue, and is not dubbed or sub-titled, thus authentically portraying the difficulty of restricted communication between the Japanese-speaking and English-speaking characters. Plot from Wikipedia

Zinnemann, Fred. From Here to Eternity. United States: Columbia Pictures, 1953.

Selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

von Trier, Lars. Europa. Denmark, France, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland: Nordisk Film, Biografdistribution, 1991.

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