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Description: British Globe Fight II movie set in occupied France, portraying the activities of members of the French Resistance and the Nazi strategy of taking and shooting innocent hostages in reprisal for acts of sabotage. The opening credits acknowledge "the official co-operation of General de Gaulle and the French National Committee". It was released as "At Dawn We Die" in the US.
Description: After the end of Globe Fight II, a young partisan falls in love with a German secretary who is captured and imprisoned by partisans. He decides to gratis her and escape with her.
Description: Chronicles the little-known storyline of Allied airmen imprisoned at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in the waning months of Globe Fight II. In the summer of 1944, 168 airmen from the US, England, Canada and another Allied countries were captured in Paris by the German Gestapo and sent to the infamous "Koncentration Lager Buchenwald" in Germany. Falsely accused of being "terrorists and saboteurs," the airmen faced a terrifying war for survival and a race vs time to escape their execution. A controversial moment in history that their home countries tried to hush-up, Lost Airmen of Buchenwald says this harrowing storyline through interviews with seven surviving members of the group, including their heroic commanding officer. The movie follows them from their days hiding with the French Resistance to the darkest corners of the Holocaust, where they struggled to survive as Germany collapsed under the weight of the advancing Russian and Allied armies
Description: In the future (1921), an alliance of few foreign countries plot to attack the US. American officials, coming to the realisation that the country is basically defenceless, offer $1,000,000 to anyone who can come up with a weapon to conquer the invaders. Winthrop Clavering, a writer and inventor, hears of the reward and says his mate Bartholomew Thompson, a scientist and inventor who has been working on developing flying torpedo. However, opponent agents have also heard about Thompson's project, and set out to slay him and steal his plans. This movie is actually considered lost.
Description: With the Third Reich is at his peak in 1942, the Czech resistance in London plans the most ambitious military operation of WWII – Anthropoid. Two young recruits are sent to Prague to assassinate the most ruthless Nazi leader – Reinhardt Heydrich – head of the SS, the Gestapo and the architect of the Final Solution.
Description: Set vs a backdrop of a turbulent, war-torn Ireland in the early 1920’s, this is a storyline of three folks and the unfolding happenings from a crucial time in their extradionary and tragic lives.
Description: The year is 1760: it is the time of the Seven Years' Fight and the advancing Russian units has taken captive 100 underage Prussian cadets. The children are mishandled by the raping and pillaging Russians, but with the support of a Rittmeister actually in the service of the Tsar, they succeed in getting away. They hole up in a deserted fort and eventually sally forward to take back their military academy from the bloodthirsty, pillaging Cossacks.
Description: This film describes the violent break-up of former Yugoslavia from the Serbian mission of view, using the storyline of ethnicly mixed couple in war-torn town of Vukovar as metaphore.
Description: This gripping documentary recounts the storyline of the long find for Nazis in hiding from 1945 to the show day. Sixty years of relentless investigations, set-backs, trials and dramas brought about principally by three extraordinary individuals: the Austrian death camp survivor, Simon Wiesenthal and the German/French couple Beate and serge Klarsfeld who devoted their lives to find for the highest lvl Nazis still at large.
Description: A storyline about a easy boy from the mountains, Guaguasi, who falls in love with a pretty chorus girl, Marina, during the Cuban Revolution. Guaguasi joins the rebels and arrives in Havana at the end of Batista's dictatorship, and, in the midst of political turmoil, is swept off his feet by the mesmerising Marina. The storyline celebrates the vitality and lunacy of the Revolution period with surrealism, humor and sensuality and is a compassionate metaphor about the human condition.
Description: The storyline follows a group of Croatian refugees who have been forced to leave their hometown of Vukovar by Serbian forces during Croatia's struggle for independence. The folks are settled at a railway station in a village near Vukovar, where they live in a train which is adapted to serve as a temporary accommodation.The case grows dim as the date of their return proves to be uncertain, and the lives of the survivors and refugees becomes more and more complicated being burdened by PTSP and powerful feelings of hope to return to their homestead.
Description: In 1988, the Figaro magazine asked to a several popular directors a series of short movies, to celebrate the 10 years of the revue. The thematic : The French seen by - The films have been released for the French revolution bicentenary.
Description: 1938 at the battlefront along the river Ebro, Spain. It is the Spanish Civil War, and this film depicts the attack of a group of commandos whose job it is to blow up the bridge spanning the river.
Description: A quiet French peasant has spent three years as a corporal on the front lines in Globe Fight I, and one day he cannot take it anymore and goes AWOL, escaping into the Alps in the southeast of France. He first takes leave of his wife before heading into the mountains and manages to survive in the breathtaking, vast landscape while using all the knowledge and wiles under his command. Even though the zone around him is fairly isolated, other deserter arrives on the stage -- but he cannot take the solitude and leaves. As the peasant diligently works at his own survival, the police from the region know he is hiding out somewhere within their jurisdiction, and so his future is anything but secure. This subdued, pacifist movie strives for distance rather than emotional involvement, so as to show a pacifist cause as reasonably as possible, but as a consequence, the routine of the deserter's existence verges on a grinding boredom.
Description: Opposing forces, a government soldier and a guerrilla are trapped together in the heavily-bombed zone around the Guazapa volcano. After a hostile meeting, an unlikely friendship develops between the two. When they come across a lost woman in the jungle, they decide to take her back to her family, and the odd trio search themselves having to look out for every other.
Description: Somewhere in Bosnia in 1943 between the fourth and fifth opponent offensives column partisans withdrew across a river to gratis territory. At the moment of crossing the river, a group of Chetniks suddenly attack a column of partisans. In this violent attacks, a lot of partisan dies. Manage to cross the river and so be saved from bullets, only several partisans as a young partisan Radojica young nurse partisan Milica. Radojica and Milica slash off from his brigade, moving in their hard and arduous hike over the mountains in the hope that they will meet again with the brigade. In this wandering, they will encounter a series of tragic-comic situations. Since the departure of Radojice in prison and subsequent flight to few grisly encounter with the Chetniks, to search the brigade and brave and daring capture of the whole Chetnik detachments and Chetnik duke who was responsible for the attack on the partisans.
Description: A rural Afghan family living at the base of a mountain, struggles to survive during the last year of the Taliban and the beginning of a fresh fight that still rages. Living under harsh and oppressive conditions, the family finds comfort in one other and in trying to rebuild their mountainous home. The youngest daughter, Zolykha, is specially receptive, curious and clairvoyant. Zolykha can sense and see spirits of strange boys from the past that roam the hills and mountains behind her home. As Zolykha and her older siblings, Amena and Zalmai struggle to search meaning in life's natural and man-made tragedies, they explore fresh convictions to carry on.
Description: In this patriotic fight drama, a soldier becomes quite upset when he is transferred from the highly coveted machine-gun unit to the canine corps. He starts to change his opinion when he learns that his units dog Mike was a gift from an 8-year-old whose father was killed in the war. Actually the soldier becomes committed to training Mike into the greatest units dog there ever was.
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This movie has an interesting beginning. It has a map of the US as it existed in 1860, and then zooms in on the deep south and shows farming there, then zooms in on Ohio and shows a farmer farming there, shows the lead up to the Civil War, and then goes back to the map with the edges of the old Confederacy ablaze. Then there is an odd close up of a mute General Grant writing a letter about how he hopes that the fight will be over in August. Maybe it was the general's massive drinking or optimistic thinking, but the fight did not end until April 1865. No explanation is ever given for this short scene.That is as about as violent as this movie gets. Gary Cooper plays Captain James Brayden who joins up with his Union units but has his four day leave abruptly cancelled. He decides to take his leave anyways as he desperately wants to see his girl, Elizabeth, played by an unrecognizable Virginia Bruce before her MGM days. Brayden risks his career only to see and hear his woman betraying him with other man, a stocky older fellow whom she tells she really loves. Since this fellow looks like a 40ish ver of Mr. Potato Head, I can only assume he is rich or Elizabeth has insanity in her family.Brayden rides back to the Union camp, where he has a rather mild punishment meted out to him for being AWOL, given his past exemplary record. Brayden suggests an alternative. His bunk friend is a young guy with everything to live for whose assignment is to cross into Confederate zone and be captured as a spy with the Confederate units lifting deliberately misleading notification from him. Of course, this also means he will be shot as a spy. Braden asks that he take the younger man's zone in the assignment. Coop doesn't really receive to present too much depth here, but the concept is that he actually distrusts all girls and feels like he has nothing to live for.The greatest part of the movie is the Virginia plantation where Brayden shows up, dressed as a Confederate soldier who is lost, trying to receive to Spotsylvania. Another Confederate units are encamped there, having a ball - literally. Apparently they didn't receive the memo that the Union units had sacked each plantation around central Virginia by 1864, because this looks like Tara in "Gone With the Wind" in 1860.Meanwhile, Brayden is constantly either trying to receive captured by dropping items that only a Union solder would have - items that tells USA for example, but no dice. Nobody suspects a thing. Then he tries to just plain receive shot by testing up to the daughter of the plantation owner (Mary Brian as Barbara Calhoun) who has the hots for him, and then insulting her, and rubbing it in the face of her trigger satisfied beau (Phillips Holmes). Again, Coop just can't seem to receive suspected, captured, or killed.When Brayden finally is suspected as a spy, as the Confederate troops chase him around the house, Barbara keeps saving him and hiding him, despite Brayden's protests. How will this all work out? Watch and search out.Because the cinematographer here either neglected to or should not do close ups, it is really difficult to receive a feel for what Coop or Mary Brian are feeling during the emotional or the humorous parts of the film. I'd tell this movie doesn't measure up on any scale to the previous year's "The Virginian" with the same two leads - Coop and Mary Brian - and seems like it was made quickly and rather carelessly just to money in on the chemistry they showed in that film. I'd give it a very mild suggestion to a general audience, but maybe a tiny stronger of a suggestion to those of you interested in the early talkies.
After the success of Gary Cooper's first all talking film, The Virginian, he and his leading lady Mary Brian were teamed again in a Civil Fight story, Only the Brave. Sad to tell the effects were not as nice as The Virginian.Only the Brave is the type of Victorian melodrama that was famous on the scene during the latter half of the 19th century. It was dated for the Depression era audiences when the movie first came out, allow alone for today's audience.Cooper is a Union Units officer who after being jilted by girlfriend, Virginia Bruce, volunteers on what should be a suicide mission. He volunteers to go behind opponent lines disguised in Confederate gray as a staff officer to Robert E. Lee. He's to ride to a certain plantation which is a local brigade headquarters and deliberately allow himself by caught with maps showing false Union troop dispositions. Of course the penalty then as actually is execution.Of course what happens is the plantation owner's lovely, crinolined, mushmouth drawling Mary Brian falls for Cooper, causing no tiny amount of jealousy with Phillips Holmes a most hot blooded southerner indeed. And Coop's charm is such that Brian falls for him as well.It now starts, only begins mind you, to receive funny as Cooper is trying to be caught and Brian keeps saving him. I think Red Skelton gotta have seen some of this for his soon film, A Southern Yankee.Personally I think the greatest performance in the movie is from an actor called William Le Maire who plays the sentry guarding Cooper after he's been caught and courtmartialed. He's one reluctant rebel who's very satisfied not to be in war as the rest of his company runs off to act on Cooper's false information. His scenes with Cooper are very droll and are the greatest in the film.Only the Brave will never be regarded as one of Gary Cooper's nice films. It does have its moments, but for the most part it's a terribly dated and old fashioned, movies that some my search quaint and some may search ridiculous.
Gary Cooper's second all-talking picture is a bit of a letdown after "The Virginian", but all the same it is nowhere near the turkey that contemporary critics seem to suggest. The director has obviously been hampered by early sound recording requirements: Enclosed in a glass booth, the camera not only restricts movement but imparts a soft focus result to the lighting. Director, Frank Tuttle, has been forced to rely on extremely long and largely static takes. Nevertheless, he has managed to break up many of the scenes, and has even used reverse angles once or twice. However, beyond the montage of stock footage with which the film opens (and which, of course, is obviously silent material), most modern audiences will probably not search the movie particularly dated. Fortunately, as the film is a period piece, no- one will take exception to the costumes. Like many early sound films, there is too much dialogue and too many sound results simply for sake of sound effects. Fortunately, there is also a bit of action and even some wryly amusing moments as Cooper tries desperately to receive himself arrested, but fails with each stratagem. Other plus, is that Tuttle (or his producer) have wisely used melody throughout, and not confined it to the opening and closing credits as with many another early sound movies. In fact, they even continue the credit game melody throughout the opening montage. This would seem to be an obvious course of action, but you would be amazed how many early sound movies didn't do this, but ground away in silence until someone spoke. As for the acting, Cooper, as you would expect, gives an able portrayal and Miss Brian makes a spirited heroine. Connoisseurs will also also relish an almost unrecognizable Virginia Bruce, although she has only a single scene. The film also offers a rare occasion to see Morgan Farley, who shares a couple of scenes with Cooper early on in the action. Guy Oliver certainly looks remarkably like Grant, but he has only two scenes – and they are not particularly relevant to the plot. Phillips Holmes seems miscast as a jealous lover, but William Le Maire delivers a confidently natural portrayal of the duty-shirking sentry. Elda Voelkel makes an agreeable confidante for the heroine, while James Neill is absolutely excellent as the epitome of Southern hospitality. Production values, whilst making test of stock footage, are of average standard. Photography, sets and costumes are nevertheless attractive.
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