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To put it simply...just awful. The dialogue was boring, poorly delivered, and the characters were dull. One other tidbit, the musical score was at best, generic, at worst mundane. I can't imagine what they were thinking.
I forced myself to watch it to the end because it was a short film, and the subject matter had such potential. I expected to be engaged and looked forward to learning something about WWII that I had never read about before. I was looking forward to seeing a young Jane Seymour, but even that was a disappointment.
I suppose if you are a huge fan of Denmark, this might hold some interest for you; but otherwise, you would be better off watching a rerun of Hogan's Heroes.
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