"Better Dead Than Red"
A New documentary details the awful predicament that faced 153 Russian prisoners held at Fort Dix at the end of WW2.
Between Two Fires exposes how Russian anti-Communists were captured and held on American soil during W.W.II, only to be forcibly repatriated in an effort to placate Stalin-an egregious violation of the Geneva Convention Agreement. This film garnered a Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary in the 2002 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, a Bronze Oscar in the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences' 27th Annual Student Academy Awards, a CINE Eagle, and first place in the Spindle Top Film Festival.
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USA, 2001, B&W/Color, 50 minutes.
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)
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