Directed by G. W. Pabst
A mine disaster in a French/German border town leads to an extaordinary display of worker solidarity. The Germans' whose economy has collapsed attempt to get jobs in a French mine. They are treated brutally by the French who carry bitter memories of the First World War. National prejudices mely away as the Germans dig furiously to save their seemingly doomed comrades trapped in a mine cave. Pabst's striking style represents a high point in Weimar cinema. He manages a rare combination of message and melodrama.
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