PG | | Drama, War
In 1944 a German sergeant gets involved in an anti-Hitler conspiracy, and saves the life of an American colonel.
Most of the action scenes were taken from Cross of Iron (1977) and Battle of Britain (1969).
Sgt. Rolf Steiner:
NCOs cannot resign.
They went to the trouble to get a lot of things right, from the German artillery pieces to the T-34 tanks. Even the German trucks are mostly right. They didn't necessarily do such a good job on the colors. That Kubelwagen in the dark-gray color scheme is anachronistic for the period. But then we come to the aircraft. I was taken aback to see U.S. Navy Corsairs dropping bombs on the Eastern Front. And what are all those Heinkel 111s doing in the air on D-Day?
A longer German language version runs at 126 minutes, extra scenes includes:
German, English, French
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