"The 11th Day" chronicles the story of the men, women, and children of the Cretan civilian resistance movement and their relentless battle against Nazi occupation forces from 1941-1945. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The 11th Day
"The 11th Day" chronicles the story of the men, women, and children of the Cretan civilian resistance movement and their relentless battle against Nazi occupation forces from 1941-1945.
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Gaku S (kr) wrote: One of the must see films of all time!
Andres G (nl) wrote: Decent movie with lots of strongly violent action. It stands up because it is staged in Rio and created by Brazilians.The plot is not very surprising but good enough.
Peter F (mx) wrote: An erotic French film that's darkly funny for two-thirds of it's running time before becoming gravely serious. It works for the most part though, with Beatrice Dalle being absolutely radiant as a voluptuous (yet unstable) beauty. Lot of gratuitous nudity though, in case any of that bothers you guys...didn't think so.
William F (ru) wrote: Boisterous and nutty.
Bill M (br) wrote: I didn't see the begining, and stoped watching cause I wanted to see the entire story begin to end. Its a picture of a woman who was made low, like Italy after World War II , however impoverished of places to live clean, italian have a hard as steal pride in being italian, and a stellar faith in the catholic faith that is as tough as the world they live in. I really would enjoy watching this. I would travel to the library to hunt for this. Its that good.
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Carlos M (it) wrote: Apart from the hilarious first scene and a few others that work very well, there is little else in this film other than stupid, offensive jokes mixed with a lot of tiresome big action scenes - which seem to be there only to entertain those unable to understand the obvious satire.