Battle on Neretva known as the ”fourth offensive” the most humane battle in World War II led by Yugoslav partisans. In January 1943 German army, afraid of Allied invasion of Balkans, launched great offensive against Yugoslav Partisans in Western Bosnia.
Tag Archives: 1960s
L’Avventura (1960) Michelangelo Antonioni, Gabriele Ferzetti, Monica Vitti, Lea Massari, Drama, Mystery
For Single Swingers Only (1968) Donald A. Davis, Sharon Sanford, Heide Andersen, Leslie Dee, Drama, Erotic
“Uninhibited unmarrieds” Gracie and Gloria move into an apartment complex reserved For Single Swingers Only where the bed-hopping’ neighbors include studs-in-residence Arty and Dave, “everybody’s playmate” Connie, and Ruth, the lesbian landlady who’s also a “peek freak.”
Night Must Fall (1964) Karel Reisz, Albert Finney, Susan Hampshire, Mona Washbourne, Crime, Thriller
Albert Finney stars in this second film version of Emlyn Williams thriller about an innocent looking but psychopathic killer named Danny. Danny is a Welsh hotel bellboy who commits an axe murder near the home of Mrs. Bramson (Mona Washbourne), a well-to-do widow.
Satan Never Sleeps (1962) Leo McCarey, David W. Orton, William Holden, Clifton Webb, France Nuyen, Drama, History, War
A priest (William Holden) arrives at a mission-post in China accompanied by a young native girl who has joined him along the way. His job is to relieve the existing priest (Clifton Webb), who is now too old and weak to continue with the upkeep of the church. However, Communist soldiers arrive at the mission and seize it as a command post. Their leader rapes the native girl and impregnates her, only later to realise that Communism is no good for him. In the end, the foursome flee to the border, but are pursued by Communist forces along the way.
The Name of the Game Is Kill! (1968) Gunnar Hellström, Jack Lord, Susan Strasberg, Collin Wilcox Paxton, Thriller
La donna invisibile / The Invisible Woman (1969) Paolo Spinola, Giovanna Ralli, Carla Gravina, Anita Sanders, Drama
Solange Leben in mir ist / As Long as There’s Life in Me (1965) Günter Reisch, Horst Schulze, Lyudmila Kasyanova, Rita Krips, Drama
In 1914, Germany is arming itself for war. Left-wing revolutionary Social Democrat Karl Liebknecht, a virulent antimilitarist, is the only one of 110 SPD members of parliament who votes against according war loans. From then on he is considered un-German and a traitor to the Fatherland, and his own party leadership turns against him.