Artikelnummer 6284

KRVAVI PUT (The Blood Road) (Blodveien) (1955) * with switchable English subtitles *

Kåre Bergstrøm, Rados Novakovic Writer: Sigurd Evensmo Milan Milosevic ... Janko Milivoje Zivanovic Milivoje Zivanovic ... Miljan Antun Nalis Antun Nalis ... Svare Ola Isene Ola Isene ... Ketil Andreas Bjarke Andreas Bjarke ... Ivan Tom Tellefsen Tom Tellefsen ... Magnar Marjan Berger Marjan Berger ... Bojan Lalla Carlsen Lalla Carlsen ... Ane Helge Essmar Helge Essmar ... Guttorm Ivan Jonas Ivan Jonas ... Vlado Ivica Katic Ivica Katic ... Vjeko Erik Larsen Erik Larsen ... Nacist - 1 Arne Lie Arne Lie ... Nacist - 2 Aleksandar Ognjanovic Aleksandar Ognjanovic ... Glumac (as Aca Ognjanovic) Mihajlo 'Bata' Paskaljevic Mihajlo 'Bata' Paskaljevic ... Doktor (as Mihajlo Paskaljevic)

Krvavi Put (Blodveien), a joint Norwegian-Yugoslav production, portrays the conditions that Yugoslav (mostly Serbian) slave laborers and prisoners of war lived under in northern Norway during the Second World War, when the Germans wanted to build a route known as the "Blood Road" (today part of European route E6, among others). Two local Norwegian friends and construction workers, Ketil and Ivar, serve as supervisors on the road under pressure from the Germans. They had earlier helped build the small concentration camp that the prisoners later lived in, without understanding what they were involved in. The Germans take harsh revenge after an escape attempt by shooting some of the prisoners. The Germans, led by the sadistic Schwarz, terrorize and kill prisoners at random almost daily. Ketil's young son Magnar is bored at home on the small mountain farm and wants to get out and do something with his life. He enlists with the German forces and is made a guard at the prison camp. The prisoner Janko escapes from the camp after being shot by Schwarz. 

DVD-R is in German, Norwegian and Serbo-Croatian with switchable English subtitles. Approx. 90 mins.  See film samples for sound and video quality!  


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