The Second World War is experienced through the journey of Private Cole, a dramatic study of the contrasting nature between the innocence of childhood and the reality of war, and the emotional struggle that accompanies it.
This is a story of fatherhood. Ovadia is the strongest and most violent doorman of Tel Aviv night clubs. He has no fear of anything and he never lost a fight . His biggest dream is to ... See full summary »
Normandy, 1944. A gritty and intense ride ensues that guides Cole, a soldier in the British army, and the men in his section through the war before the story reaches its emotional climax in the heart of the French countryside. An odyssey of sorrow, friendship, innocence and adventure set against a canvas of war-torn France.Written by
Smashing UK Productions
It is one of short war films who I love in profound sense. For the wise manner to use difficult themes, for performance, for shocking end who seems predictable but remains strange, for great message and for the feeling to discover an old parable about the contain of ages, fundamental choices and faith. The photography is great, like the beautiful dialogue. A film who deserves to see it maybe twice. Not for understand the so simple story but for discover the sense of time, war, childhood and the significance of a pocket watch or a poem covered by blood.
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