Kameradschaft (, known in France as La Tragédie de la mine) is a 1931 dramatic film directed by Austrian director G. W. Pabst. The French-German co-production drama is noted for combining expressionism and realism.
Two boys, one French and the other German, are playing marbles near the border. When the game is over, both boys claim to have won, and complain that the other is trying to steal their marbles. Their fathers, border guards, come and separate the boys.
|author||Karl Otten Ladislaus Vajda Léon Werth Peter Martin Lampel|
|director||Georg Wilhelm Pabst|
|keywords||border guard break out breathe brick wall build dance hall end end of world french woman game morning out of control reject rescue rescue team retire the rejected world war i|
|musicBy||G. von Rigelius|
|productionCompany||Gaumont-Franco Film-Aubert Nero-Film|
|publisher||Associated Cinemas Cineldé Vereinigte Star-Film|