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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... See more »

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Private Cole
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Sergeant Browning
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Private Elder
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Corporal Mason
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Private Doyle
Willem Ward ...
Young Cole
Shawn Booker ...
Wehrmacht Soldier
Bruce Parkin ...
Wehrmacht Soldier
Ryan Eden ...
Wehrmacht Soldier
Morgan Rhys ...
Wehrmacht Soldier
Michael Smith ...
British Soldier

Directed by

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Calum Rhys

Written by

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Calum Rhys ... (written by)

Produced by

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Rhiannon Crothers ... executive producer
Ryan Eden ... producer
Christine Kovac ... associate producer
Eric Kovac ... associate producer
Balazs Pakozdi ... associate producer
Calum Rhys ... producer
Morgan Rhys ... producer
James Seyer ... executive producer
Conor Timmis ... executive producer

Music by

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Zachary Start

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Antony Meadley ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Calum Rhys

Production Design by

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Calum Rhys

Makeup Department

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Natalie Boyles ... makeup artist
Alex Davin ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Rob Byrd ... second assistant director
Ryan Eden ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Balazs Pakozdi ... concept artist
Glyn Rhys ... art department

Sound Department

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David Geoghegan ... production sound mixer
Dave S. Walker ... sound designer

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Calum Rhys ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Rob Byrd ... additional photography / second assistant camera
Mitch Martinez ... additional photography
Robert Nutter ... digital imaging technician
Morgan Rhys ... still photographer
Peter Sinclair ... first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Craig Leonard ... costumer

Other crew

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Alex Close ... production assistant
Samuel Edgell ... runner
Ben Johnson ... production assistant
Anastasia Murphy ... runner
Krys Murphy ... runner
Deborah Rhys ... caterer / production accountant
Michael Smith ... armorer / military advisor

Thanks

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Jove Adams-Tyson ... special thanks
Jamie Anderson ... special thanks
Kevin Ash ... special thanks
Andrea Bailey ... special thanks
Audrey Bailey ... special thanks
Duncan Bailey ... special thanks
Peter Bailey ... special thanks
Jackie Barnett ... special thanks
Pauline Beddall ... special thanks
Jonny Bonell ... special thanks
Lisa Byrd ... special thanks
Rachel Carmine ... special thanks
Christine Conlin ... special thanks
Rhiannon Crothers ... special thanks
Lawrence Donello ... special thanks
Ryan Eden ... special thanks
Mark Anthony Games ... special thanks
Philippa Halling ... special thanks
Jaehun Han ... special thanks
Conor Hinde ... special thanks
Tony Hirons ... special thanks
Dean Jeffcoate ... special thanks
Mick Johnson ... special thanks
Mick Knott ... special thanks
Christine Kovac ... special thanks
Eric Kovac ... special thanks
Vince Mack ... special thanks
Greg Martin ... special thanks
Chelsie May ... special thanks
Isabelle Meikle ... special thanks
Tom Meikle ... special thanks
Oliver Mitchell ... special thanks
Michael Montgomery ... special thanks
Balazs Pakozdi ... special thanks
Muriel Picknett ... special thanks
Ryan Popham ... special thanks
Nicole Pott ... special thanks
Ben Pratt ... special thanks
Christine Pratt ... special thanks
Sally Pratt ... special thanks
Deborah Rhys ... special thanks
Morgan Rhys ... special thanks
Néstor Pérez Rivero ... special thanks
Mark Robert ... special thanks
Susan Marie Schweitzer ... special thanks
James Seyer ... special thanks
Ben Stewart-Tilling ... special thanks
Christine Stewart-Tilling ... special thanks
Conor Timmis ... special thanks
Bryan Mark Wilde ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot 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

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Taglines A story of innocence lost in a world at war. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Notre-Père (France)
  • Nas Otac (Croatia)
  • Tatal Nostru (Romania)
Runtime
  • 15 min
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Budget GBP3,500 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia All weapons seen in the film are deactivated, yet authentic, World War II firearms. Luke Goddard's and Aaron Jeffcoate's characters carry British Lee Enfield bolt-action rifles, Mark Anthony Games carries a Bren, both Ross O'Hennessy and Jonas Daniel Alexander carry Sten submachine guns whilst the German soldiers carry MP40s. Luke Goddard's character is also seen using a Webley revolver. See more »
Quotes [first lines]
Private Cole: Looking back now, it's hard to comprehend what I've become.
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