The Damned (1947 film)
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Director Rene Clement
Cinematography Henri Alekan
|Writer Victor Alexandrov, Rene Clement, Jacques Companeez, Henri Jeanson, Jacques Remy|
Release date 19 September 1947 (1947-09-19)
Genres Drama, Black-and-white, World cinema
Cast Henri Vidal (Docteur Guilbert), Florence Marly (Hilde Garosi), Fosco Giachetti (Garosi), Paul Bernard (Couturier), Jo Dest (Forster), Michel Auclair (Willy Morus)
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The Damned (French: Les Maudits) is a 1947 French drama film directed by René Clément. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival. The film is notable for its depiction of the interior of a wartime submarine and for its tracking shots through the length of the U-boat.
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As Germany is in the throes of losing World War II, a number of wealthy Nazis and some French sympathizers head for South America in a German submarine leaving from Oslo. The film's narrator is a French doctor (Henri Vidal) who has been kidnapped to tend a sick woman, Hilde Garosi (Florence Marly), the wife of one man and the lover of another, both aboard. The doctor realizes he will be murdered at any point once the woman has recovered so he tries various stratagems to escape. All fail.
The mission slowly disintegrates as the war ends and its reasons for being dissipate, with some passengers either trying to escape or committing suicide. Forster (Jo Dest) tries to continue the mission even after Berlin has fallen and orders have gone out for all U-boats to surrender at the nearest port. Part of the crew finally mutinies against the insane ones still fighting the war. The doctor ends up alone on the Nazi sub for days writing his memoirs until an American ship rescues him and finally sinks his infamous abode at sea.
In 2013, the Cohen Film Collection released The Damned on Blu-ray and DVD in the US, using a restoration carried out by the French distributor, Gaumont.
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