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It’s impressive that filmmakers continue to find fresh areas of World War II to explore, moving beyond simple Allied heroism to discover harrowing trials of moral code and survival from unexpected sources. “Land of Mine” offers viewers a piece of history from Denmark, picking up the story right as the world was picking up the pieces after years of senseless destruction masterminded by German forces. It’s a tale of punishment and understanding, but “Land of Mine” provides plenty of suspense as well, albeit the gut-punch kind that typically shadows a specific challenge of macabre endurance. Writer/director Martin Zandvliet isn’t above a few unnecessarily manipulative moments, but he handles intense drama with confidence, delivering a WWII saga that’s engrossing and harrowing, adding another piece to the puzzle of wartime anguish and rehabilitation. Read the rest at


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