This film was last shown on 20 July 2017
The mission is the message in this noirish wartime thriller.
It’s Berlin 1940 and the city is full of fear. Nazi propaganda screams victory
over France. A working-class couple broken by the death of their son at the
front begin a small skirmish of dissent against the war machine. As small acts
of subversion, they write and disseminate anonymous postcards with anti-Nazi
slogans, ‘tiny pieces of revolutionary grit’ across the city’s claustrophobic
buildings and streets. At the heart of the Reich, the risk is huge and soon the
Gestapo is hunting "the threat". A stoic tribute to resistance and
the power of people against all odds.
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