Land of Mine
War • 2015 • 1 hr 40 min
Incredibly tense movie, as repetitive as the movie is, it’s the farthest thing from boring. Absolutely stunning
Nice tale. How some humans of lower income teens of Nazis might be victims of a half-purposed decisions as a way of not wasting a resource.
Such a great emotional movie, very suspenseful.
Important part of Danish history, but a truly heartbreaking story.
I dare you to find a more suspenseful movie
One of best foreign war movies I have ever seen. Heart wrenching, soul crushing with a great and deep message. Must watch.
Underrated. This film is really good if you enjoy watching war films. Try to explore films more than just USA and Great Britain.
Dark subject matter that manages to show characters grow as humans.
Incredibly touching. A true essay on human empathy. Dark and profoundly realistic. Definitely not your cliché war movie.
Brilliant post-war film that pushes to humanize the Germans. As for the operation itself: something, something, sins of the father.
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