In the midst of World War II, the battle below the seas rages. The Nazis have the upper edge as the Allies are unable to crack their war codes. That is, until a wrecked U-boat sends out an SOS signal, and the Allies realize this is their chance to seize the 'enigma coding machine'. But masquerading as Nazis and taking over the U-boat is the smallest of their problems. The action really begins when they get stranded on the U-boat. Written by
Erik Palladino (Mazzola) had laryngitis during the filming of the plane-buzzing scene. He lip-syncked his lines and dubbed them later in the studio. See more »
When the Germans are attacking the freighter in the opening scene, the torpedo has a run time of roughly 12 seconds for a target 500 meters away. At 35 knots, it would take a little under 30 seconds in order to reach a target at that distance. See more »
Never have I witnessed such a perverse example of rewriting history. Hollywood producers must ask themselves what they are trying to achieve by inflating American egos in this way? Fabricating history in movies for national glorification is something the Nazis did. Boycott this film. It's crude, it's cheap and it's immoral.
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