PG | | Action, History, War
During World War II, the British must attack a German ship, but it's safe in neutral Goa. As a result, they send civilians: former soldiers who are about sixty years old.
The movie was dedicated to Lord Louis Mountbatten, following his assassination by the I.R.A. The film's dedication reads: "This film is dedicated to the memory of the last Honorary Colonel of the Calcutta Light Horse - Admiral of the Fleet, The Earl Mountbatten of ... ...
Col. W.H. 'Bill' Grice:
Will you take a look at the engine in this thing?
Col. Lewis Pugh: No, but I have a general idea.
Col. W.H. 'Bill' Grice: It belongs in a museum.
Col. Lewis Pugh: So do some of us. Well, cheer up.
Force 136 wasn't called Force 136 until March 1944 a year after the events in the film occurred. It was called GS I(k)
Closing credits: Although this film is based on the true exploits of certain members of The Calcutta Light Horse, some fictitious events and characters have been introduced and in those instances, any similarity to actual persons (living or dead) or to actual events is purely coincidental.
English, German, Portuguese
Check out our guide to horror, see what's happening at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, and more.