The Silver Fleet

The Silver Fleet

Jaap van Leyden is in charge of a shipyard in newly occupied Holland. At first he collaborates with the Germans because it is the easiest course to follow. Later a child's rhyme reminds him of his patriotic duty, but how best to resist the Nazis without endangering his wife and fellow workers?

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Ana G (ca) wrote: Whisky for my men and beer for my horses :))) bref un titre prometteur, mais pas trs marrant mme en VO...

ZANE V (fr) wrote: hey janice l.fuck you why dont you go judge how good a movie or director is just because there is a pot leaf on the cover. grow up. this is a good movie

Sylvain A (kr) wrote: Trs belle parabole, drle et enleve, sur l'imposture dmocratique du rgime castriste des 1990's (qui a dit actuel ?). Les rpliques du touchant Diego (Jorge Perrugorra), qui a un faux air de Patrick Swayze, sont poignantes : "Vous ne comprenez pas que sans moi, ils vous manquent une part essentielle, bande de... !"

Graydon B (jp) wrote: ONE OF THE ABSOLUTE WORST FILMS I'VE EVER SEEN next to Monster A Go-Go!! Its SO-BAD-THAT-ITS-BAD. The MST3K episode is funny and helps you get through this atomic-level piece of shit!

Matt M (de) wrote: Kagemusha is a simply structured film which quite often expands into territories of dreamlike poetry. While the story itself may seem a little stretched for its length, and indeed gives the film a few dead moments, visually speaking Kagemusha certainly ranks among Kurosawa's best.

Melissa S (au) wrote: I think Paul Lynde stole the movie- Jack Lemmon was good as always, but Carol Lynley was just there.....

Sofia B (it) wrote: Silent film, black and white, 440 minutes long, 10 acts made by Louis Feuillade. I want to see it.

John B (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed this first part of the series as I thought it was exciting to watch and interesting character development to the story

Adam R (us) wrote: Preston Sturges uses an excellent and fresh cast in this amusing comedy classic, and I loved how he found a way to use a Disney short in the film (Playful Pluto). The movie does come off as being a bit pretentious though. (First and only viewing - 2/2/2014)

Krowak (jp) wrote: This would have to be one of the best historic wwII movies out there. I totally enjoyed it. Had a strong casting and great cinematography. A must see for those that love war movies and based on some facts.