The Ninth Day

Synopsis: In World War II, after a period living hell on earth in the concentration camp of Dachau with other catholic priests, Father Abbé Henri Kremer gets a nine days leave to return to his home town for his mother's funeral. Along this period, the SS Gestapo lieutenant Gebhardt tries to persuade Henri, who was born in silver-spoon and member of an influent Luxembourgian family, to convince the local bishop to give-up resisting to the Germans and write a letter to the Vatican in the name of the Catholic Church of Luxemburg convincing the Pope to support Hitler and the Nazi regime. The ambivalent Henri questions himself and the bishop what he shall do.
Genre: Drama, Thriller, War
Director(s): Volker Schlöndorff
Production: Kino International
  5 wins & 13 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
98 min

Walk! Walk! Don't stop!


Hurry up, don't stop!

Jesus bless you

Forever and ever! Amen!

- Going down to hell with your egg-frying pan!

Hurry up! Faster! Faster!

A bit Faster! Hurry up!

Your! Keep Walking!

Kremer, Kremer!

Here, take it!

We were lying at Madagascar,

got infected with the plague

At there, we pray with Latin

Everything is soaked by the water,

everyday there is one man passed away

Hey! Hi! My Friends...

The priest pray with Latin

When captain yelled, yes,

the sailors quiet down immediately

Because everyone missed

their hometown

The hometown they dream

to see once again.

Attention! Bertram is here

Keep singing

We were lying at Madagascar,

got infected with the plague

Everything is soaked by the water,

everyday there is one man passed away

My Friends...

Please take care, young lady

Take care, take care!

When captain yelled, yes,

the sailors quiet down immediately

Come on!

Come here, you poland priest pig

Can't you be more elegant

when singing Deutsch songs?

Looks like I have to teach you the

tempo sense, start from beginning...

We were lying at Madagascar,

got infected with the plague

Everything is soaked by the water,

everyday there is one man passed away

It's you again, you arrogant man!

The priest with egg-frying pan

I ordered, sing!

Sing quickly!

Go, hurry! Move on!

Stupid, listen to the order!

God write down secrets with symbols

We expose it to the world

The sacrifice of Jesus

is because our sin

He devoted everything by his death

The blood of Jesus...

Do you really believe the God exists?

Where is he?

You see it around here?

Pull him up!

In the Jesus blood, we found...

the best way to escape

from depression

The goddes Maria breeds us

Jesus lets human with equal status

He came to search, what we lost...

Who kept singing,

who's the next to be hanged!


Promised with swear:

no matter when I'll always be with you

Is this your mother?

You're so lucky,

I never seen my mother

how long have you been here?

I can't remember

Follow up! Hurry! Hurry!

Keep the pace the same!

Hurry switch over! Left, right...

Left... left... left...

Hurry! Left... left...

No. 25639

Go, follow me!

Go Now!

Get out of here

Walking so slow!

Be quick!

Come here, come here!

You priest pig!

Please sign!

How much in total?

It's enough for the trip

to Luxembourg isn't it?

You're freed.

Have a nice trip!

Pig priest.

Luxembourg, Sunday, January 15, 1942

Mr. Kremer?

Please step into the car!

Welcome to Luxembourg!

Please allow me to introduce myself

Nazi charging leader, Gebhardt.

You want go back with your family?

Saarbrcken street, thanks.

Please come to Pual's casttle tomorrow morning

at 10 we're going to discuss the topic

we will both feel interesting

Thank you, I'll pray for you.

- Mr. Kremer...

I hope you can arrive on time tomorrow!



Oh my god!

How do you find us?

We're knocked out of our own home

it's been occupied by Nazi




Hurry, sit down!

Where is your mother?

No one told you?

Our mother has passed away

These shoes are too small

but how about this?


I'm here for Mr. Gebhardt

Upstair, turn left

Luxembourg Civil Law administration

Charging Leader Gebhardt office

I'm very sorry, he is in the interrogation

hello, Mr. Kremer


Priest Kremer

Ok, please come in!

Hellow, Mr. Kremer

So, you don't want to

take off your overcoat?

Good morning.

Have you took enough rest

before coming back?

I'm truely sorry about

your mother passed away

She has been here a lot before

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