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A very generous theme. And an admirable use of it. The stories about ordinary people becoming, in WWII heroes are fascinating and more than interesting. But it is the exact serie who you deserves. War, spies, people in human gestures, wise script, good performances, right atmosphere. And the tension minutious build. So, a fascinating story and a real remarkable war serie.
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