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Marion Whitney
Parking in city lot and street is free but can be crowded with both theatres have events going on. In the Village of Carlsbad which has many restraunts and coffee houses in walking distance.
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Very nice location
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Reviews & Ratings

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attended Feb 16 2011

Pretty redundant in that it was not unlike other holocaust movies I have seen. Superficial character development.

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attended Feb 16 2011

Powerful story line but a little disjointed, especially because of the titles.

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More Information

Website

http://sdcjc.lfjcc.org/sdjff/2011/index.aspx#habermann

Quotes & Highlights

Learn more about Habermann at the film’s website.
The film is prresented in Czech and German with English subtitles.

Description

This heart-rending story attempts to atone for the Nazis disruption of 700 years of peace between Czech and German families in a Sudetenland village. German sawmill owner August Habermann is the major employer in his small hamlet. On his wedding day, the SS invades his village, and Nazi Major Koslowski and his soldiers insert themselves into the everyday lives of the townspeople, pitting them against each other. Ultimately, long-hidden family secrets are revealed.