L’exécution Du Traître À La Patrie Ernst S.

Direction
Year 
1976
Country
  • Switzerland
Runtime
96min 
Audio Tracks 
Subtitles 

The soldier Ernst S. was one of seventeen “traitors” shot in Switzerland during World War II, accused of collaborating, stealing guns to sell to Germany. Very controversial when released, this film, made after a book by journalist Niklaus Meienberg, weaves a detailed biography of its subject, which it uses to question the hypocrisy of a country.

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  • Original Title
    L’exécution Du Traître À La Patrie Ernst S.
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Richard Dindo
  • Cinematography
    Robert Boner, Rob Gnant
  • Editing
    Richard Dindo, Georg Janett
  • Sound
    Beni Lehman
  • Runtime
    96 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    1976
  • Country
    • Switzerland
  • Production
      • Richard Dindo
      • Switzerland
  • Distribution
      • Richard Dindo
      • Switzerland

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