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Die Männer der Emden

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Die Männer der Emden
Directed byBerengar Pfahl [de]
Written by
  • Berengar Pfahl
  • Axel Ricke
Produced by
  • Berengar Pfahl
  • Axel Ricke
Starring
CinematographyErich Krenek
Edited byAnnemarie Bremer
Music byMatthias Raue
Release date
  • 6 June 2012 (2012-06-06) (Emden Film Festival)
  • 31 January 2013 (2013-01-31) (Germany)
Running time
144 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Die Männer der Emden ("The Men of the Emden") is a 2012 German war adventure film directed and co-written by Berengar Pfahl [de] that is an account of members of the crew of SMS Emden making their way back to Germany after the Battle of Cocos (1914). The film was shot in Greece, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Malta and Germany and appeared as both a miniseries and a feature film.

Plot

The film begins at the Imperial German naval station at the Kiautschou Bay concession in China. Two officers of SMS Emden have a romantic rivalry with Maria von Plettenberg, who lives with her father, mother and sister in Tsingtau.

When war is declared the Emden has a variety of successful naval engagements in the Pacific and Indian oceans. Soon after a raiding party is sent ashore to destroy a British wireless installation in the Cocos Islands, Emden engages HMAS Sydney but the vessel is sunk with many of the crew captured. Rather than surrender, the shore party seizes the schooner Ayesha and decides to sail back to the Kiautschou Bay concession to fight again.

When the crew arrives in the neutral Dutch East Indies they hear that the concession has been captured by the Japanese. With their fates unknown to each other, the men of Emden and the von Plettenberg family make their way back to Germany.

Cast

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