The Children of #67

Among the first German films to confront the events of World War II, THE CHILDREN OF #67 is a warm and subtle drama about the choices children make in 1932 Berlin as unemployment, political persecution, and anti-Semitism take their toll on families. Providing profound insights into pre-war Germany, the film both suggests what it was that attracted Germans to Nazism and celebrates one family that remains resolutely anti-fascist.
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