Humphrey Jennings Compilation

United Kingdom, 1941

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A compilation of works by Humphrey Jennings. “Fires Were Started”: Jenning’s only semi-documentary feature about a waterfront fire service station during the blitz in London. “Listen to Britain”: production of the sights and sounds of people at war, without commentary. “Words for Battle”: spoken. “True story of Lili Marlene”: dramatic reconstruction of the British counter-propaganda campaign against the popular German forces programme from Belgrade Radio.

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Humphrey Jennings

Duration

01:57:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1941

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