1079. FRIEDA (1947-England). With FLORA ROBSON, GLYNIS JOHNS and MAI ZETTERLING. “You canÕt treat huÂman beings as though they were less than human without being less than human yourself” is the message Of this thoughtful psychological film. An RAF pilot encounters bigotry when he brings home to England the German wife who helped him to escape from a POW camp. His family is divided, the townspeople ostracize her and his aunt fears the girl’s presence will ruin her political career. Even the pilot turns against his bride when her war-loving Nazi brother shows up. Sensitively directed by BASIL DEARDEN, this unusually unsentimental drama makes use Of newsreel footage Of concentration camps and explores the very real bitterness Of the British people against the Germans withÂin the framework Of a love story. Stately Flora Robson and fresh young Glynis Johns face Off on opposite sides Of the issue as the pilot’s German-hating aunt and his tolerant sister-in-law. One Of the small gems Of British postwar filmmaking. 98 minutes. Drama