• 电影名称 Miracle at St. Anna

  • ——World War II Has Its Heroes And Its Miracles.
  • 中文名称 圣安娜奇迹
  •  类型  动作 / 犯罪 / 戏剧 / 惊悚 / 战争
  •  国家  美国 / 意大利
  •  语言  英语 / 德语 / 意大利语
  •  时长  2 hr 40 min (160 min)
  • 上映时间 26 September 2008 (USA)


Two days before the Christmas of 1983 in New York City where an aged Puerto Rican World War II veteran Hector Negron (Laz Alonso) is working as a clerk at a post office. In the midst of helping a customer, Negron suddenly seems to recognize the man and immediately pulls a World War II-era German Luger from under the counter and shoots the man in the chest, killing him instantly.

Several hours later, reporter Tim Boyle (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Detective Antonio Ricci (John Turturro) are at the crime scene seeking information. After some persuasion, Ricci allows Boyle to accompany two other officers who are going to search Negron's apartment, where the men discover a finely carved stone head, which is revealed to be a long missing segment from the Ponte Santa Trinita, a Florentine bridge built during the Renaissance which had been destroyed by the Nazis during the war. Also found is a Purple Heart, and a shot of a picture reveals he was also awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and Silver Star. Boyle begs an explanation from Negron, who then has a flashback to his experiences in the war.

His personal journey through the war is displayed in a flashback which starts off where African- Americans and a black Puerto Rican man from the segregated Buffalo Soldiers 92nd Infantry Division are on patrol in 1944 Italy. After a disastrous attack on German positions across the Serchio River, in which an officer calls down artillery on their own position because he refuses to believe their reports of how far they have advanced, four soldiers are stranded on the wrong side of the river: Staff Sergeant Aubrey Stamps, Sergeant Bishop Cummings, Corporal Hector Negron and Private Samuel Train. Train finds an Italian boy named Angelo who is critically wounded. While traveling through the mountains of Tuscany, they come across a small village whose residents form a bond with the soldiers.

After Negron finally gets his backpack radio working, they call in to headquarters and are told to capture an enemy soldier to interrogate about German counterattack plans. The local partisan group arrives with a young German ex-Waffen-SS/Wehrmacht Corporal (ex-Rottenführer/Obergefreiter) Hans Brandt captive, who is actually a deserter, having shot at a major while rescuing the boy Angelo from the massacre by the SS at the nearby village of St. Anna before transferring to the Wehrmacht where he deserts again. One of the partisans knows that the German captive can identify him as a traitor. After concealing the fact that German forces are approaching the village as part of a counterattack, the traitor kills the German captive. When the partisan leader confronts him, the traitor kills him too and escapes. (It is the traitor whom Negron will shoot 39 years later in the post office).

While in the town, after the death of the German prisoner, Negron, Train's, Bishop's, and Stamp's commanderthe same one who had called down artillery on their headsarrives in the village to interrogate the German prisoner, but finds him dead. The Americans prepare to leave the village ahead of the German counterattack, but Train refuses to leave the boy behind, and assaults a lieutenant who attempts to separate them. Ludovico, one of the villagers, declares Train the "Sleeping Man" after seeing a resemblance between him and a local mountain invested by legend with protective qualities. After promising to court-martial all four soldiers, the officer and his contingent begin to drive out of town, but are caught in the German offensive. The remaining Americans and partisans hold their ground, killing many Germans, but are too heavily outnumbered. Train is fatally wounded after being shot twice while carrying the boy and dies soon thereafter. Bishop and Negron hold off the Germans while Stamps tries to get the villagers to safety, until Bishop is shot and dies. Renata, who is Stamps' and Bishop's love interest throughout the film, is killed along with her father; Stamps is soon shot and killed too. Now with only Negron alive, while trying to retreat, he is shot in the back but is saved by his radio. Angelo gives Negron the statue head that Train had carried since Florence, believing it carried magical powers. Negron gives Angelo his rosary and tells him to leave. Angelo is led away by the spirit of his brother Arturo, who had been killed during the massacre at St. Anna. Negron is spared by German Officer Eicholz, a former English teacher and the German prisoner's superior officer, who hands him his own Luger and says, "Defend yourself." More Americans arrive and secure the village and evacuate the wounded Negron. He receives a Purple Heart for his injury, and he is guaranteed a ride home due to injury.

The movie then switches back to January 1984 to a court proceeding. In the end, Negron is saved from life in prison by a powerful executive attorney hired by a wealthy man who has made a fortune making seat belts and other safety devices, and who also purchased the statue head. Hector is brought to the Bahamas and is reunited with the statue head accompanied by its new owner. He holds it crying how he was the only one who knows about what happened during the time in the village. The owner tells him he is not the only one who knows, and takes out a rosary revealing himself as the grown Angelo. They both hold Hector's rosary and happily burst into tears.

In this movie appears Christian Berkel who will later play the role of Fritz Shimon Haber in Haber.


village german soldier
boy partisan
trapped cross
traitor river
buffalo soldier massacre
legend american
miracle luger
police detective
christmas statue
friendly fire fire
prejudice friend
shooting betrayal
rescue reporter
postal worker behind enemy lines
flashback african american
italian partisan blood splatter
breasts reference to muhammad ali
commander ghost
watch crossfire
welcome mat postage stamp
helmet religion
missing cat cat
newspaper headline court
safety officer rabbit
shell military headquarters
licking someone slaughter
power line electricity
water canteen map
red cross dog tags
tearing down a poster poster
sign language accordion
penis birthday
old man bell tower
church bell church tower
urination shepherd
jeep illness
black shirt first aid
medicine lucky charm
search party search
dream reference to jesse owens
reference to jack johnson trapped under explosion debris
prayer restaurant
cafe racial segregation
prisoner prisoner of war
pow hunger
mountain sister sister relationship
fascism fascist
military convoy reference to joe dimaggio
reference to frank sinatra court martial
translator black male white female relationship
merryvale california altar
reference to giovanni pascoli fortune telling
superstition sant'anna di stazzema tuscany italy
nassau bahamas antique
turtle soup broken coffee cup
spilling coffee bull
truck loudspeaker
jail visitation jail
bigot bigotry
animated opening credits harlem manhattan new york city
u.s. post office walkie talkie
reading a newspaper newspaper
art theft art dealer
painting germany
serchio river italy cigar smoking
war bonds poster looking at the camera
gun held to one's head bandenbefehl
mountain of the sleeping man italy geneva convention
pietrasanta italy passo croce tuscany italy
colognora tuscany italy gallicano tuscany italy
chocolate footbridge
american flag poet
bunker haystack
hayloft barn
loneliness heil hitler
motorcycle iron cross
eating food
dancing dancer
florence italy judge
stoning reference to eleanor roosevelt
reference to jesus christ reference to god
awol corporal
colonel captain
lieutenant berlin germany
rome italy christmas decorations
staten island new york city policeman
new york city binoculars
artillery running
watching tv shot point blank
christmas tree merry christmas
crucifix candle
photograph medal
washing blood off one's face wound
river crossing mortar
sniper african american stereotype
dead body reference to adolf hitler
fear italian soldier
priest fugitive
mass execution execution
money death of a boy
murder of a boy reference to count basie
stabbed to death bayonet
reference to benito mussolini rain
undressing kiss
ambush thief
mother son relationship father son relationship
friendship told in flashback
name calling year 1984
marriage husband wife relationship
gun sex
love purple heart
year 1944 year 1983
reference to joe louis saving a life
blood village name in title
place name in title period in title
macguffin abbreviation in title
box office flop strangulation
stabbed in the neck stabbed in the back
shotgun shot to death
shot in the shoulder shot in the leg
shot in the head shot in the forehead
shot in the back shot in the arm
self sacrifice rifle
revenge revelation
racial slur pistol
nazi propaganda murdered priest
mother daughter relationship mass murder
machine gun location in title
leg blown off knife
interracial sex held at gunpoint
grenade film within a film
father daughter relationship explosion
exploding car death
death of brother dead boy
corpse child in peril
brother brother relationship bloody body of a child
bank bahamas
attempted murder arm blown off
interracial relationship watching a movie
u.s. army trial
theft tears
swastika subtitled scene
storm trooper spirituality
shot in the chest shootout
safety belt racism
race relations prologue
peasant orphan
murder microphone
listening to a radio lawyer
investigation infantry
female nudity female lawyer
family relationships epic
demoralization crying
cigarette smoking cigarette holder
church battle
artifact all black army regiment
1980s puerto rican
wraparound story war crime
war atrocity flashback within a flashback
atrocity tuscany italy
nazi nazi retaliation
italian history world war two
nazi occupied italy nazi occupation
italian resistance german army
u.s. soldier 1940s
based on novel  
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