The Second Track
Station Inspector Brock witnesses a robbery. When he fails to report one of the culprits, he starts experiencing flashbacks of his earlier failure to take a stand against Nazi persecutions. Remarkably expressive images and black and white photography intensify this story about guilt, repression and oblivion and make this film a true discovery.
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- Biographies & Filmographies
- Film Portrait of Cinematographer Rolf Sohre (2002)
- Photo Gallery
- Introductory Essay by Ralf Schenk