In nazi-occupied Denmark, a group of school-mates form a gang devoted to resistance against the occupying forces, but they don't go any further than putting up posters and steeling German soldiers' helmets. But then Otto Hvidmann joins the group, and he knows how to get hold of guns. Soon the game turns deadly serious. Written by
The Beginning of the Resistance in Denmark in the Second World War
In 1942, in Denmark, a group of students gathers to perform acts of sabotage against the German forces. In the end, they are arrested, but in accordance with the final credits of the movie, it was the act of arresting a group of young men in Aalborg the trigger that initiated the resistance against Germans in Denmark. This is a good movie, with a great direction and cast, specially of Nikolai Lie Kaas. The VHS released in Brazil has some problem in the edition, since sometimes the images are too close and we do not have a periphery view of the scene, like for example in a widescreen edition. I am not familiarized with the good Danish actors and actresses, but all of them have a great performance. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): `Heróis da Resistência' (`Heroes From the Resistance')
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