Georg Wilhelm Pabst – Kameradschaft AKA Comradeship (1931)

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Valliant effort to use a mining catastrophe as a vehicle to pronounce this director’s distaste for war. The audience not only learns a great deal about early mining rescue procedures but, we learn that Europeans at the interval between WWI and WWII, had concerning pacifists(for lack of a better term). The speeches given by both representatives of each country at the end of the film, are inspiring given the time. Although the revised edition, through the transfer technology of early foreign films, “cuts-off characters heads” at times, this film holds it’s own in many different aspects. Character analysis, lighting techniques, historical content and a scenario that has tested and inspired many a writer and filmmaker.

Pabst went on to Direct and put to screen Weil & Brecht’s “Three Penny Opera”, starring the original star, Lotte Lenya.
Author: (jrichmon@arts.ucla.edu) from United States





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Language:French, German
Subtitles:English

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