Oslo, April 19th 1945, as the Third Reich is living its last day, a group of Nazis and sympathizers (a Wehrmacht general, an SS leader and his "assistant", an Italian industrialist and his wife who is also the general's lover, a French collaborator) board a submarine that will take them to South America, where they hope to find shelter. While they sail off the shores of liberated Royan they manage to kidnap a French doctor to have him look after a wounded passenger. Dr Guilbert will be forced to share the restricted space of the submarine with the fugitives. The atmosphere soon becomes unbreathable…
- Stars:Marcel Dalio, Henri Vidal, Florence Marly, Fosco Giachetti, Paul Bernard, Jo Dest, Michel Auclair, Anne Campion, Andreas von Halberstadt, Jean Didier, Lucien Hector, Jean Lozach, Karl Münch, Georges Niemann, Max Herman,
- Director:René Clément,
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(us) wrote: Such a good movie. Was genuinely scary with a great story. Anna Ishida is brilliant!
(br) wrote: I enjoyed this throwback to grindhouse movies. It's fun, funny, action packed, and worth checking out! I really enjoyed seeing this in the theater, and I enjoy seeing it on blu-ray. It's a cult classic in the making. I wish the sequel could have been as good as this one. Thanks for reading and or viewing, and I hope you have an amazing day as always. :)
(us) wrote: I don't remember this film, but I've seen it before.
(ca) wrote: So... yeah and... wait. I dunno.
(nl) wrote: I don't think Anne of a thousand day's is given the credit it deserves! I never normally watch any film that is before 1980 but I have watched this film 3 times already... The acting is sometimes over dramatic but is a sign of the time it was made in 1969 which I think is a credit to the film because it actually portrays Tudor England how I have always believed it to be... My only regret is that it wasn't longer with all Henry's Wives as Richard Burton plays a Brilliant Henry.
(jp) wrote: A film that at its core is about the struggle to please one's parents, "Catch Me If You Can" brings this incredible true story to cinematic life, owing much of its success to Leonardo DiCaprio's enthralling, charming performance.