An American soldier and a Belgian woman fall in love during a brief holiday truce amid the Battle of the Bulge. When fighting resumes, they promise to reunite on the first Christmas after the war ends if they're both alive.
During a 24-hour holiday truce amid the Battle of the Bulge, American army captain John Myers (Craig Olejnik) and a Belgian girl named Alina (Ali Liebert) meet and fall in love. Separated during the Battle of the Bulge, an American captain (Craig Olejnik) and the Belgian woman (Ali Liebert) he loves vow to reunite on the first Christmas Eve after the end of World War II.Written by
Shannon Marie Valle
As the weather had cleared up at that point in the Battle of the Bulge, a tactical airstrike by fighter-bombers or medium bombers would have had a much greater chance of success at destroying a German-held bridge on the Our River, with less risk of American lives, than parachuting in a commando demolition team to infiltrate while disguised as German troops. See more »
Peace for a day.
Set behind the German lines in the Second World War, this is a story of a romance that blossoms in the build up to Christmas in 1944.
The very handsome Captain (Craig Olejnik) leads his troops to a remote house, where they are offered refuge and aid by a beautiful girl and her Mother.
The acting isn't always on form, but once again it is nice to see a seasonal film that doesn't follow the trend of many others. I actually think they could have made it longer and included more interaction with the rest of the platoon -their girls at home, etc, but as it is, it's just fine.
Sweet and simple, just like me.
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