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Minefield
Zabaltegi

Minefield tells the story of a nurse who channels her energy into helping her patients, her suffering, and the discoveries she makes about herself. The action takes place as emergency medical supplies are parachuted to a refugee field hospital. It follows her story as she sees the parachute land in a minefield, through her decision to get the medicine out, to her terrifying ordeal in the minefield itself. The story is more than a tale of a young nurse figthing to save sick people in the hostile environment after a war. It examines the intense courage and individual needs in order to make life decisions about her own safety and explores the bonds that develop between medical aid workers and survivors. 

BIOGRAPHY

GARRY LANE

Born in Australia in 1951, he studied Literature, Politics, History  ad Law. Becoming closely involved with film making and professional film editing, he has shot several documentaries and shorts, such as the award-winning The Stream (1993), The Lake (1994) or The Bridge (1995). He also made a series of television advertisments directed at young Bosnians to make them aware of the danger of landmines. 


CAST & CREW
Director
Garry Lane
Screenplay
Garry Lane
Photography
Chris Rowe
Edition
Garry Lane
Music
Glen Gould
Cast
Horst Buchholz, Jeanette Hain, Falko Freitag, Anna-Marie Ondra
Running Time
10 m.
Country
Germany
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