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Kirmes

Death Carousel (USA: TV title)
The Fair (World-wide)
I Hate the Nazis (USA: TV title)

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Director:
Release:
1960 July, 2
Country:
West Germany
France
Runtime:
102 minutes
Genre:
Drama



At the end of WWII a soldier who had often been ordered to execute women and children deserts and tries to find a hiding place in his native village. Almost immediately the entire village is evacuated, except the deserter and a French girl who is a compulsive worker. Believing that the Nazi regime has gone forever they tear down all Nazi placards. The girl also steals civil cloths for the soldier from her employer. But on the next day the Nazis are back and determined to find the person(s) who took away the placards. The employer dares not report the girl for fear that he would also be punished. When the deserter understands that there is no refuge and that his parents and younger sister will be murdered if the Nazis find him, he shoots himself. - 15 years later when a short-time fun-fair is built the deserter's corpse turns up. But even his parents prefer to "forget" what happened and to let the corpse remain "unidentified". - IMDb

Anoixte tous tafous me ta heria sas (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Greece
A Búcsú Hungary
Death Carousel (TV title) USA
Dezerter (Serbian title) Yugoslavia
The Fair (World-wide)  
I Hate the Nazis (TV title) USA
Je ne voulais pas être un nazi France
Kermesse (alternative title) France
Kiermasz Poland
Kirmes - hän joka pelkäsi Finland
Kirmes 58 (working title) West Germany
Storia di un disertore Italy
Todos somos cobardes Mexico
Ung desertör Sweden

Children's Cast:

Hansi Jochmann [7] Erika


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