Long is the Road (1948)
This drama was the first film made in post-WW II West Germany. It tells the story of a young man who is separated from his Jewish parents after the Germans invaded Poland. As they are sent to concentration camps, the young man joins the Polish partisans. In the camp, his father is deemed 'unfit' and killed. His poor mother is shuffled between labor camps until at last the war ends and she is reunited with her son. Together they begin searching for a new homeland.~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide
Directed by: Marek Goldstein, Herbert B. Fredersdorf
Written by: Karl Georg Külb, Israel Becker
Running time: 1hr 17min
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