October 1945. Léopold Kessler, a German-born American whose parents fled from the Nazis, comes back to his father's country to take part in the reconstruction work. Employed as a sleeping car conductor by the Zentropa railway company, he was to discover love and his own contradictions in a country destroyed and divided just after the war. Seen as the most expressionistic film by the great Danish director, Europa was awarded the Jury Prize and the Superior Technical Film Commission Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
Lars Von Trier
Denmark, Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain l 1991 I VOST I duration: 113'
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