Two partisan raiders, escaping from prison, one of them is an expert in explosives and bomb conclude with a few illegals, strong enough to assassinate the esesovskog lieutenant commander of...
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When the German Afrika Korps smashes through the allied lines in North Africa in 1942 during World War Two; a group of British soldiers are determined to get back to their own lines. ... See full summary »
In this thrilling war drama set in Yugoslavia during WWII, a small band of courageous commandoes are sent to kidnap an important German commander in exchange for an American general being held in a German fortress.
An ex-prosecutor comes to provincial hotel to commit suicide there. Prior to this act, he first calls persons who made him bring up such decision. Conversations over telephone reveal the causes and circumstances that led to tragedy.
Two partisan raiders, escaping from prison, one of them is an expert in explosives and bomb conclude with a few illegals, strong enough to assassinate the esesovskog lieutenant commander of the concentration camps and execution of a task depends on the girl who is in love with a commando while the recruited by SS. Written by
BOMB AT 10:10 is a little different from the rest of the Yugoslavian war films I've endured over the years. This film seems to have a lower budget than those others because there aren't any big or long-running battle sequences between Nazi troops and Yugoslavian partisan fighters. Instead, this is more of an espionage thriller in which the action is played out decidedly low-key.
The story is about a couple of fighters who bust out of a concentration camp and decide that, instead of fleeing, they're going to hang around and help local forces to assassinate the camp commander. Inevitably romance gets in the way, but there's also a lot of creeping about in the dark and killing of sentries and the like.
As is usual with Yugoslavian cinema, BOMB AT 10:10 looks the part but lacks the suspense and excitement to make it a decent film. Instead, it's quite plodding. American western actor George Montgomery can do little to make his lead interesting and director Caslav Damjanovic displays his lack of experience in making a movie. It's the sort of film I'd skip.
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