Das Boot (1982)
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When the hunters become the hunted.
|Autumn, 1941, 43 young german sailors aboard u-96 enter the war against britain. They seek adventure, respect and heroism. For them, this voyage is for glory. For their captain, a seasoned war veteran at the young ages of 30, it is a mission against enemy destroyers in a blood-red sea that can devour a ship.|
"...the most convincing war movie ever made... Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
Editor's NoteIn the midst of World War II, as the tide turns against the Axis, a German U-boat crew is sent out to patrol the Atlantic and fire at Allied ships bringing supplies to England. The submarine also carries a press correspondent, there to report from the front lines of nautical warfare. Meanwhile, the crew's captain (Jürgen Prochnow) is becoming disillusioned with the Nazi regime and with war in general. What starts out as a routine mission is soon livened up beyond the crew's expectations when their boat's surprise attack on a convoy is thwarted by a fast-moving destroyer. Battered by depth charges, the crew must pull together to survive the attacks of their unseen enemy.Widely considered to be director Wolfgang Petersen's best film and one of the finest German films ever made, DAS BOOT is stunningly realistic in its portrayal of the cramped conditions aboard a German submarine. Based on a novel by Lothar G. Buchheim, it is a striking example of an intelligent antiwar film clothed in the guise of a military thriller.
Cast & Crew
|Lothar-Gunther Buchheim - Based On Novel By|
|Wolfgang Petersen - Director|
|Jost Vacano - Director of Photography|
|Klaus Doldinger - Musical Score|
|Gunther Rohrbach - Producer|
|Wolfgang Petersen - Writer|
Plot SummaryThis gripping World War II drama dealing with the exploits of a German submarine crew is the highest grossing film in the history of German cinema. The crew's fight for survival while on patrol in the North Atlantic is a remarkable study in human determination.
|Jost Vacano, Nominee, Best Cinematography|
|Wolfgang Petersen, Nominee, Best Director|
|Mike Le Mare, Nominee, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing|
|Hannes Nikel, Nominee, Best Film Editing|
|Milan Bor, et al., Nominee, Best Sound|
|Wolfgang Petersen, Nominee, Best Writing, Screenplay Based On Material From Another Medium|
Golden Globe (1982)
|, Nominee, Best Foreign Film|
British Academy Awards (1983)
|Wolfgang Petersen, Nominee, Best Foregin Language Film|