UK, Aug. 15, 1939: 17 days before WWII, an English teacher and his camera disappear on a coastal boarding school with 20 German teen girls. Miller gets the job 6 days later, secretly trying to find out what happened.
Summer 1939. Influential families in Nazi Germany have sent their daughters to a finishing school in an English seaside town to learn the language and be ambassadors for a future looking National Socialist. A teacher there sees what is coming and is trying to raise the alarm. But the authorities believe he is the problem.Written by
The names on the Anglo-German Fellowship document are as follows: Eckhard Schafer, Jurgen Fischer, Kurt Weber, Heinrich Krause, Hans Fuchs, Werner Schmidt, Helmut Baumann, Frau Sofia Mayer, George Johnson, Lady Gillian Syth, Edward Chapman, Harold Cole, Mrs. Norah Briscoe, Raymond Davis Hughes, Dr. Arthur Owens, and Duncan Scot*. (*The final letter(s) of Duncan's name were cut off in frame.) See more »
By September 1939, the UK radar early warning system (Chain Home) was fully operational and had been effective for some years. The area around Bexhill, being particularly well covered and able to detect aircraft down to 50ft above the water. It is unthinkable that an aircraft of the size of a Ju-52 could get anywhere close to landfall without being intercepted. See more »
What bring you here Mr. Miller? What sort of English man would accept a position teaching Herr Hitler's league of German girls?
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Wheels on the Bus (Die Räder vom Bus)
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Good little movie
I though Eddie Izzard was surprisingly good in the leading roll ,and the story just got on with things .
Definitely worth a watch .
Who doesnt like seeing nazis plans scuppered.
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