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Ancora adolescenti Paul Börner e i suoi compagni sono strappati ai banchi di scuola per essere inviati al fronte delle Fiandre, dove affronteranno una realtà di morte e distruzione. La vita diventerà allora soltanto sopravvivenza, un angoscioso aggrapparsi agli istinti di conservazione e un disperato rinsaldare i vincoli di cameratismo per fugare la paura e trovare reciproco sostegno.

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