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Under the Bridges (German: Unter den Brücken) is a 1946 German drama film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hannelore Schroth, Carl Raddatz and Gustav Knuth. The film was shot in Berlin during the summer of 1944, but was not released until after the defeat of Nazi Germany. It premiered in Locarno in September 1946, and wasn't released in Germany until 1950 when it was picked up for distribution by Gloria Film.
|Under the Bridges|
|Directed by||Helmut Käutner|
|Produced by||Walter Ulbrich|
|Edited by||Wolfgang Wehrum|
|Music by||Bernhard Eichhorn|
|Distributed by||Gloria Film|
|1 September 1946|
The film uses poetic realism to portray the everyday lives and romances of two Havel boatmen. In 1995, a survey among more than 300 film experts voted Unter den Brücken at No. 18 of the 100 most important German films.
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