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At Dawn We Die (1943)

Tomorrow We Live (original title)
Approved | | Drama, Thriller, War | 20 March 1943 (USA)
Mayor's daughter poses as collaborator to help British agent escape to England with vital information to help the allied war effort.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Clements ...
Jean Baptiste
Godfrey Tearle ...
Mayor Pierre Duchesne
Hugh Sinclair ...
Maj. von Kleist
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Marie Duchesne
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Germaine Bertan
Yvonne Arnaud ...
Mme. L. Labouche
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Seitz
Bransby Williams ...
Matthieu
Fritz Wendhausen ...
Cmndt. Frissette (as F.R. Wendhausen)
Allan Jeayes ...
Pogo (as Allen Jeayes)
Gabrielle Brune ...
Mrs. Frissette
Margaret Yarde ...
Fauntel
David Keir ...
Jacquier
Anthony Holles ...
Stationmaster
Olaf Olsen ...
Sergeant Major
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Mayor's daughter poses as collaborator to help British agent escape to England with vital information to help the allied war effort.

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THE TIME IS NEAR, HITLER! THE HEADLINES Shout It! NOW...the screen tells it in the first great story of the FRENCH UNDERGROUND!

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Drama | Thriller | War

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Worthy propaganda film and a decent thriller to boot
1 November 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

TOMORROW WE LIVE is an odd and obscure little wartime thriller that was made slap bang in the middle of WW2 when an Allied victory was hardly assured. Thus the film serves as something of a propaganda movie particularly in its depiction of the French resistance tirelessly fighting against the Nazi oppressors in occupied France. The movie was made with the cooperation of the Charles de Gaulle government (exiled in London at the time) and thus in itself serves as an important historical document of its time.

It's also a pretty good thriller and as with many resistance thrillers there's plenty of suspense inherent in the proceedings. While the settings and characters might scream 'ALLO 'ALLO a bit, there's an air of authenticity to the proceedings and a cast of actors all of whom give it their best in their roles. John Clements headlines as Jean Baptiste, a man desperately trying to avoid the Nazis and escape to Britain. Greta Gynt bags the most interesting part as the daughter of a loyal mayor with a few dark secrets of her own. The likes of Herbert Lom and Walter Gotell have little early career cameos. TOMORROW WE LIVE is the kind of film that just gets better as it goes on, building to a climax which is equally thrilling and moving.


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