(Documentaire H.Cartier-Bresson) Le Retour [DVDrip] 1945Production :
XviD-2909 | [email protected]
| 640x480 | Noir et blanc | French no sub | 32 minutes | 700 Mb Extrait du Coffet DVD (Zone 2) 20 septembre 2006 Studio MK2
U.S Army Signal Corps, Captain G. KRIMSKY and Office of War Information (OWI), Norma RATNER. Conseiller technique :
Henri CARTIER-BRESSON (Stalag VC), avec le concours du lieutenant Richard BANKS. Commentaires :
Claude ROY (Stalag Etain). Musique :
Robert LANNOY (Stalag XIII B), orchestrée par Robert DESORMIERES.
Scènes filmées à la gare de l’Est : Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, assisté de Claude RENOIR.
Un témoignage qui évoque en images le long chemin harassant de millions d’hommes, prisonniers de guerre, se croisant sur les routes d’Allemagne en chemin vers leurs foyers.
In 1940 Henri Cartier-Bresson was taken prisoner by the Germans, escapes at his third attempt in February 1943. In 1945 he works as part of a team, photographs the Liberation of Paris and directs “Le Retour” (The Return), a documentary on the repatriation of prisoners of war and detainees. Le Retour is the story of the prisoners liberated from the Nazi concentration camps. This film footage of the expressions and reactions from prisoners at the time of their freedom is unforgettable. Included is the removal of the prisoners to temporary hospitals in Paris where they are reunited with family and friends. Also, an aerial view of bombed Germany which was presumed to be seen by the prisoners as they were being flown home.Click –-> English Info