Hell on Earth (German: Niemandsland) is a 1931 German film directed by Victor Trivas. The film is also known as No Man's Land in France.
After a series of disasters, nothing is left of human civillisation. All that remains are the people left behind who live in a post-apocalyptic no man's land. When Lil, a young lonely woman, finds a wounded stranger near her shelter, she has to decide if she'll help him or not. Does she remember what it's like to do something good for another human being?
In a world where almost everyone died due to overpopulation and shortage of food, a father and his son are trying to survive.
In the aftermath of World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the German widower who lives with them.
Film by Hans K.
Hell on Earth is an hour-long documentary presented by Mark Kermode. It's about Ken Russell's 1971 film, The Devils which is one of the most controversial films ever made. Kermode chats to Russell as well as two of the films stars Goergina Hale and Murray Melvin. Also included are scenes that were cut from the released film for being too controversial.