Director: Marian Mayland
Documentary | 29 min
German with English subtitles

The essayistic film untitled (a refusal of leave to land) focuses on a German prisoner-of-war (POW) camp from World War II, the arms industry in the post-industrial Ruhr area and the relationship between individual and collective memory. Beginning with a childhood memory of finding a fossil in the rocks of a former railroad track, the film follows connections between Stalag VI F, a former POW camp in Bocholt, and the Krupp company in Essen.