Set in a war-torn land where tribal factions live in fear of annihilation, the film tells the story of a deadly warrior leading a destructive war campaign. When he is betrayed by his own ... See full summary »
Brent Ryan Green
Nick E. Tarabay
On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace extends across Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. It is a night full of excitement, danger and the first flutters of romance.
The story begins with the liberation of the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Iakovos stays four more months in the camp where he and everyone else suffered total de-humanization. The film chronicles his first steps back into humanity.
When we think of WWI, we think of trenches and the barbed wire laden No Man's Land with machine gun fire on both sides. But this depicts a war between close neighbors on two sides of a border on different sides of the same mountain. The acting was very good and the cinematography just spectacular. This film deserved so much better than it received in reviews and attention. It is definitely worth watching!
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