Approved | | Action, War, Drama
During World War II, German ships are "safely" docked upriver at Bordeaux, but the British send a team of kayakers to attack them.
The opening scenes of this movie include the reminiscences of Bill Sparks, one of the two survivors of the real-life Operation Frankton.
Your men give the impression of being an ill-disciplined rabble. And they'll never get to Bordeaux that way.
Major Stringer: Thompson, I'm training these men, not you. I'm the one who is responsible for the success or the failure of this project, so if you don't ...
After Sgt Craig hands over the mine to the men during training, he tells them that they have 12 minutes to lose it. The men run off leaving Craig behind, but when they get to the beach Craig is there in a canoe waiting for them.
Opening credits prologue 2: At a critical stage of the war, fast Merchant ships operating from Bordeaux were seriously endangering the British blockade. For political reasons saturation bombing was rejected: the Navy was unable to penetrate the defences without air cover. The Royal Marines were given the job. PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND-MARCH, 1942
English, French, German
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