Land of Mine

War · 
History · 

Release Date: December 3, 2015

Original name: Under sandet

Status: Released

Running time: 1h 40m

Content Rating: R

Budget: $5,070,773

Filming Locations: Skallingen, Denmark

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In the days following the surrender of Germany in May 1945, a group of young German prisoners of war is handed over to the Danish authorities and subsequently sent to the West Coast, where they are ordered to remove the more than two million mines that the Germans had placed in the sand along the coast. With their bare hands, crawling around in the sand, the boys are forced to perform the dangerous work under the leadership of a Danish sergeant.

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meager rations
boy soldier
sudden death
land mine
post world war ii
prisoner of war

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Land of Mine (Danish: Under sandet, lit. 'Under the Sand') is a 2015 historical war drama film directed by Martin Zandvliet. It was shown in the Platform section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. It was selected and nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards.The film is inspired by real events and tells a story of German prisoners of war ordered to clear land mines in Denmark after World War II. It is estimated that more than two thousand German soldiers, including numerous teenagers, under the command of German officers, removed mines, nearly half of them being either killed or wounded. The removal was part of a controversial agreement between the German Commander General Georg Lindemann, the Danish Government and the British Armed Forces, under which German soldiers with experience in defusing mines would be in charge of clearing the mine fields.
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