Featured Film: Alone in Berlin
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Genre: War
Distributor: Altitude Film Distribution
Rating: -
Advisory: -
Duration: 1 hr 43 mins
Film Format: 2D Digital

Synopsis
In Berlin, 1940, a working class couple Otto and Anna Quangel receive the news that their only son has lost his life in the battlefield. In a long marriage that is under strain, the news pushes the couple further apart as they cannot console each other in grief. Otto had encouraged his son to join the Nazi army and now Anna blames him for their loss. Desperate to voice his rage against Hitler's regime, he painstakingly writes postcards and secretly leaves them on stairwells and doorways where they can be seen by passers-by: he calls them "small grains of sand in Hitler's machine" -- soon enough, both Otto and Anna become clandestine resistance fighters whose weapons are simple messages about the evils of Nazism.

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