Norway, WWII: A group of British and German soldiers find themselves stranded in the wilderness after an aircraft battle. Finding shelter in the same cabin, they realize the only way to survive the winter is to place the rules of war aside.
January 1945. The first French regiment of paratroopers to fight with an American unit to liberate Alsace in France. An Allied Division must take the forest bordering the town of Jebsheim, ... See full summary »
War is declared and Britain must take action against Nazi Germany if Europe is going to be saved from its ruthless clutches. Determined to beat the enemy Flt. Office Earl Kirk, a young ... See full summary »
Christopher-Lee dos Santos
Nicholas Van Der Bijl,
It's the close of World War II. Unwilling to surrender, rogue German forces shoot down a returning British squadron leaving Sydney Baker wounded and lost with the enemy closing in. He's ... See full summary »
Christmas 1944, The Germans make one final push against the attacking allied armies in the West. Lt. Robert Cappa and his platoon of 2nd Infantry Division soldiers have been ordered to hold... See full summary »
When U.S. B-24 bomber pilot Clair Cline is shot down and captured in northern Germany, one war ends and another begins -- to keep hope alive. Now behind German barbed wire and oppression, ... See full summary »
Adam Thomas Anderegg
Elliot James Langridge,
During World War II, German forces crush the Americans at the 'Battle of Kasserine Pass'. A lone Sergeant, Roland Rothach, is separated from his platoon in the North Africa deserts. Captured by German soldiers, he's forced to face his worst fears. Fears that haunt him long after the war ends. Back home he struggles with flashbacks of the horrors and trauma he experienced, a failing marriage, and the emptiness of isolation.
The aftermath of the Battle of Kasserine Pass is also featured early on in the movie Patton (1970). See more »
It's a great approach when you tackle the issues of PTSD. Some cases it's never really discussed, especially in film. I had the opportunity to see this during it's run at the Edmonton International Film Festival in October 2017. I actually used to work with the guys who made this film years ago. They are determined, and very ambitious in their work. I am extremely proud of these guys, and what they have achieved.
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