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(31636) 7.8 100 min 2015

Under sandet is a movie starring Roland Møller, Louis Hofmann, and Joel Basman. In post-World War II Denmark, a group of young German POWs are forced to clear a beach of thousands of land mines under the watch of a Danish Sergeant...

Joel Basman, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Roland Møller, Louis Hofmann
Drama, War, History
Martin Zandvliet

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, War, History
Director Martin Zandvliet
Writer Martin Zandvliet
Stars Joel Basman, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Roland Møller, Louis Hofmann
Country Germany, Denmark
Also Known As Tierra minada, Les oubliés, Pole minowe, A homok alatt, Unter dem Sand - Das Versprechen der Freiheit, 拆彈少年, Under the Sand, V písku: Příslib svobody, Bajo la arena, Minsko polje, Under sanden, Land of Mine, ヒトラーの忘れもの, Hiekan alla, Land of Mine - Sotto la sabbia, Κάτω απ’ την άμμο, Sub nisip, Under Sandet, Sota la sorra, Land of mine. Bajo la arena, Unter dem Sand, Aknák földjén, Un teren minat, Terra de Minas, Mayın Ülkesi, Land of mine
Runtime 1H 40M
Description May 1945 and the war in Europe has ended. German soldiers are put to work on the Danish coast, clearing mines buried on the beaches. It is a dangerous job and the Germans are young and inexperienced. One such unit is supervised by Sergeant Rasmussen, a veteran of the war and someone who hates the Germans and what they did to his country during the war. He takes his anger out on the young boys in his unit. However, over time his attitude changes.

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Monday, 29 Jun 2020 10:34

This is a truly terrible film. It should not be allowed to be screened in cinemas, for its shocking portrayal of sexual violence. It is clearly a commercial venture, to the detriment of the young victims who must endure the memories of this film. It was a risky proposition for a female director to direct this film, as the political and moral issues raised in this film are very similar to those in A Room with a View, a movie that deals with the subject of child abuse in an effort to show that there is no such thing as a 'good' child, and the only 'good' child is a child who is 'good enough'. This film, unlike A Room with a View, does not advocate a complete ban of child abuse, but it does put a 'down' on the side of those who exploit the innocent. This film also is quite violent, as is indicated by the 'red zone' in the film. This film is highly controversial and upsetting. The fact that this film is rated R in many countries, and rated X in others, shows the lack of respect that some people have for film. Many people may find this film distasteful, but it is not pornographic, as some people seem to believe. In fact, it is an attempt to expose the terrible reality of child sexual abuse, and does this in a realistic, well-made and intelligent manner. It also shows the dangers of paedophilia, and makes the point that child abuse can affect the life of the abuser as well as the victim. I also liked the fact that the film showed the different attitudes of the different groups in the different countries, and how the Nazis were also involved in child abuse. The 'red zone' in the film was a very effective image of how society could react to child abuse, in a way that no other film has ever attempted. It is also an effective depiction of how society could react to the realisation that child abuse was going on in the camps, and that the Holocaust was being played out. I was also impressed by the acting of the female lead, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and the portrayal of her character. It is not easy for anyone to portray a young girl with such sensitivity and sensitivity. It is very difficult to portray the emotions that this young girl had to go through in order to become a survivor of child sexual abuse. There was also a wonderful performance by Mike Myers as a detective, who tried to help her. The fact that Mike Myers is a very good actor, shows that he was able to convey this role, and bring out the best from this young actress. This film should not be shown in cinemas, but it is an important film to show how important the subject of child sexual abuse is, and how this film shows the true reality of child sexual abuse. I found this film extremely moving, and extremely powerful. It also has a very realistic approach to child sexual abuse, and shows the terrible reality of how this is being treated in the West.

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