June 1944. The allied troops have landed in Normandy and are fighting in France. A group of seven Dutch resistance fighters receive an important mission to help the allied advance into occupied Europe. However, the mission goes horribly wrong and while the resistance fighters regroup at their safe-house, they are starting to suspect that there is a traitor in their midst.
We know what you are thinking: “Another World-War II, a film in regards to how bad the Germans were during this time and a small group of resistance fighters. Wrong! ” it is not the case.
There is a storyline within this one-hour and twenty-minute feature film that is relevant post-war. There are not many films that would tell a story of the various resistance parties that were working with the “Allies” during this time as well as some who would give away the position of their own.
Remarkably the set of the film captured the closed confinement of pressures that existed during a time when everyone was tested by loyalty in order to survive.
They were fighting for their country as well as maintaining hope that they would be supported.
The filmography is superb in this film and the soundtrack will keep you in suspense. The action throughout the film does not overlap the script objectives.
Directed By: Tristan van Doorn
Georffrey Alkemade, Rick Kuitems, Bauke van Boheemen, Jos Timmerman, Roy van Kleef, Peter Nillesen, Marcel Romeijn, Nils van Buren, Francis Cox
Written, Produced and Directed by: Tristan van Doorn
Soundtrack: René Gijzemijter Editing: Jeroen van Eden
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