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Kate Saunders is a successful writer of books dealing with serial killers. She is also a paraplegic as the result of a vicious attack by a killer who also murdered three woman after being ... See full summary »
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R. Lee Ermey,
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Quinn K. Redeker
This fact-based story follows a woman who launches a rescue of her Royal Air Force pilot son, who was shot down over Germany in 1941. Getting no help from the underground, she sets up her own rescue mission.
This film was great, I really enjoyed it. In particular, the script was excellent, the dialogue was really witty and fast-paced most of the time. This was brought to the screen very well by the attractive Jayne Brook whose character Alison goes straight into my list of all-time great movie characters, alongside the likes of Indiana Jones and Rollergirl. Other plus points included the silly-but-not-too-silly humour of the film and the clarity of the photography. I didn't care too much for the plot which seemed weary and contrived, but it was not meant to be a serious film and the script and leading actress were enough to keep me more than happy for an hour and a half.
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