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Film Review: Trans-Atlantic Tunnel (1935)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: “An engineer is hired to plan and oversee the construction of a undersea tunnel between Europe and the US. However, certain interests don’t want to see the tunnel built and use every means at their disposal, including sabotage and murder, to stop its construction.” (courtesy IMDB) REVIEW: During the early thirties, German filmmakers seemed desperate to …

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Film Review: High Treason (1929)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: “1940: pacifist ideals are threatened when the ‘United States of Europe’ comes into conflict with the ‘Empire of the Atlantic States’. In the film the prohibition era in America continues and the tension is initially caused by bootleggers crossing the borders between territories. One such incident leads to a shoot-out between border guards in which both sides …

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