A German boy who's spent most of World War II in Moscow with his parents returns to his homeland for the closing days of the conflict, acting an an interpreter for the advancing Russian troops. Konrad Wolf, East Germany's leading filmmaker (Solo Sunny), directed this feature in 1968, a time when at least one close neighbor wasn't welcoming Soviet troops as liberators. In German with subtitles. 115 min.
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