Thursday, March 9 at 9pm

LAND OF MINE (UNDER SANDET)
Denmark/Germany
Directed by Martin Zandvliet
In English and in German and Danish with English subtitles
Drama, History, War
100 minutes
Rated 14A: violence

This film will be preceded by GRASSLAND SEASONS from Frank Ritcey (TNRD Award Winner at KISS 2016)

In the days following the surrender of Germany after WWII, the Danish authorities forced a group of German prisoners of war to defuse the millions of mines buried on Danish beaches. LAND OF MINE draws from this little-remembered chapter of WWII’s immediate aftermath in Denmark. It depicts how, with minimal training, the soldiers – most barely out of their teens – are set the dangerous task of locating and disarming their own hidden weapons under the supervision of a righteous and embittered Danish sergeant, Rasmussen (Roland Møller).

”A MOVING STORY OF HUMAN CONNECTION.”
-Film Journal International

 “WILL HAVE YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT.”
-Hitfix

“A TIGHTLY FOCUSED NARRATIVE THAT CAN HARDLY HELP BUT BUILD CONSIDERABLE TENSION AND POIGNANCY…”
-Variety

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Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year at the Academy Awards 2017

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9pm Land of Mine