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  • 13 Hours That Saved Britain (2010)


    1h 37m

    6.4 IMDB

    The film uses a combination of archival footage, expert analysis, and dramatic reenactments to bring the story of the battle to life. It focuses on the experiences of the pilots and ground crew who fought to defend Britain against the German Luftwaffe, as well as the political and military leaders who made critical decisions during the conflict. The title of the film refers to the 13-hour period on August 15, 1940, when the Luftwaffe launched a massive assault on the airfields and radar stations of the Royal Air Force (RAF). Despite being vastly outnumbered, the RAF was able to repel the German attack, dealing a significant blow to the German war effort and setting the stage for eventual Allied victory in World War II. The film is a powerful tribute to the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women who fought in the Battle of Britain, and a reminder of the importance of courage, determination, and resilience in the face of adversity. It also serves as a valuable historical document, shedding light on one of the most pivotal moments of the 20th century and its lasting impact on the world we live in today.
  • A Year of the Quiet Sun (1984)


    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Scott Wilson, Danny Webb
    A Year of the Quiet Sun, is a Polish film that tells the story of a Polish woman named Irena who meets an American soldier named Norman. Irena is a lonely widow who lost her husband and son during the war, and has struggled to rebuild her life in the aftermath. Norman is a soldier who has been stationed in Poland to help with the reconstruction efforts. As Irena and Norman spend time together, they develop a close and meaningful relationship, despite the language barrier between them. They bond over their shared experiences of loss and their desire for a better future. However, their relationship is complicated by the cultural and political differences between Poland and the United States, as well as the tensions between the Soviet Union and the West during the early years of the Cold War. As the film unfolds, we see how Irena and Norman's relationship is tested by these challenges, and how their love for each other helps them navigate the complex and often turbulent world around them. With its beautiful cinematography and poignant performances, "A Year of the Quiet Sun" is a powerful and moving portrayal of love, loss, and hope in a time of great upheaval and change. The film offers a nuanced and sensitive portrayal of the aftermath of war, and the struggles faced by individuals and communities as they try to rebuild and move forward.
  • Attack and Retreat (1964)


    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Peter Falk, Arthur Kennedy
    Enrico is initially enthusiastic about the war, believing that he is fighting for a just cause. However, as he witnesses the atrocities committed by both sides, he begins to question the morality of the conflict. His doubts are further intensified when he falls in love with a local Ukrainian woman named Olena (played by Hildegarde Neff) who has been caught in the crossfire. As the war rages on, Enrico and his fellow soldiers are forced to retreat under heavy fire from the Soviet army. The group becomes separated from their main unit and are forced to navigate the harsh Ukrainian wilderness on their own. Along the way, they encounter various obstacles, including harsh weather conditions, dangerous wildlife, and hostile enemy soldiers. As the men struggle to survive, Enrico's feelings for Olena deepen, and he becomes increasingly determined to protect her at all costs. However, the harsh realities of war continue to test their relationship, and they must navigate their way through a dangerous and uncertain landscape. "Attack and Retreat" is a gripping and intense war film that explores the human cost of conflict and the toll it takes on.
  • Benediction (2021)


    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Kate Phillips, Lia Williams, Simon Russell Beale, Jack Lowden
    BENEDICTION explores the turbulent life of First World War poet, Siegfried Sassoon, through the eyes of the revered filmmaker Terence Davies. Sassoon was a complex man who survived the horrors of fighting in the First World War and was decorated for his bravery but who became a vocal critic of the government's continuation of the war when he returned from service. His poetry was inspired by his experiences on the Western Front and he became one of the leading war poets of the era. Adored by members of the aristocracy as well as stars of London's literary and stage world, he embarked on affairs with several men as he attempted to come to terms with his homosexuality. At the same time, broken by the horror of war, he made his life's journey a quest for salvation, trying to find it within the conformity of marriage and religion. His story is one of a troubled man in a fractured world searching for peace and self-acceptance, something which speaks as meaningfully to the modern world as it did then.
  • Betrayed (2020)


    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Anders Danielsen Lie, Jakob Oftebro, Axel Bøyum
    We follow the Jewish Braude family's experiences when the Jews are arrested and deported from the camp Berg, on the ship Donau and down to the extermination in the concentration camp in Auschwitz.
  • Bhuj: The Pride of India (2021)


    1h 37m

    4.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn
    Bhuj : Pride of India is a celebration of the 300 women of Madhapur in Gujarat lead by IAF squadron leader Vijay Karnik who played a pivotal part in India's victory in the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Karnik with his team, with the help of these local women created history by reconstructing the only IAF airstrip at Bhuj destroyed during war. Karnik was lauded for his valiant efforts which saved the day for the Indians. The film will be a tribute to unparalleled bravado displayed by not only Karnik but 300 women from the villages near Bhuj who accomplished this feat.
  • Charlotte (2021)

    Cast:  Keira Knightley, Sam Claflin, Helen McCrory, Marion Cotillard
    Charlotte is an animated drama that tells the true story of Charlotte Salomon, a young German-Jewish painter who comes of age in Berlin on the eve of the Second World War. Fiercely imaginative and deeply gifted, she dreams of becoming an artist. Her first love applauds her talent, which emboldens her resolve. But the world around her is changing quickly and dangerously, limiting her options and derailing her dream. When anti-Semitic policies inspire violent mobs, she leaves Berlin for the safety of the South of France. There she begins to paint again, and finds new love. But her work is interrupted, this time by a family tragedy that reveals an even darker secret. Believing that only an extraordinary act will save her, she embarks on the monumental adventure of painting her life story.
  • Bang Rajan (2000)


    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    The film is set in a small village in Thailand that is under threat from invading Burmese soldiers. The villagers, led by the brave and charismatic Nai Jan (Jaran Ngamdee), decide to take up arms to defend their home and protect their families. The film portrays the villagers as simple, peaceful people who are forced to fight for their survival. They use their knowledge of the terrain and their ingenuity to create traps and fortifications to defend against the Burmese soldiers. The villagers, despite being outnumbered and outgunned, fight bravely and with great determination. Throughout the film, the villagers face numerous challenges and setbacks, including a betrayal by a neighboring village and a treacherous commander who switches sides. However, they remain steadfast in their resolve and ultimately emerge victorious in a brutal and bloody battle. The film is notable for its depiction of the villagers as heroic and determined fighters, in contrast to the usual portrayal of rural people as passive and helpless. It also portrays the Burmese soldiers as ruthless and merciless, highlighting the brutality of the Burmese-Siamese War. Overall, "Bang Rajan" is a well-crafted action film with a strong historical basis. It explores themes of courage, determination, and sacrifice in the face of overwhelming odds, and has become a beloved film in Thailand and beyond.
  • King Richard and the Crusaders (1954)


    1h 37m

    5.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Paula Raymond, George Sanders, Michael Pate, Rex Harrison
    In 1191, King Richard the Lionheart, along with several other European monarchs, is in the Holy Land intent on retaking Jerusalem from the Saracens. There is much infighting and outright treachery in the European encampment however. Two nobles in particular, Sir Giles Amaury (Robert Douglas) and Conrad, Marquis of Montferrat (Michael Pate), want to eliminate the English King and attempt to have him assassinated. Severely wounded and on his death bed, Richard is brought back to health by a Saracen doctor recruited by one of his loyal knights, Sir Kenneth of the Leopard (Laurence Harvey). The King recovers from his wounds but when he hears that Sir Lawrence wishes to marry Lady Edith Plantagenet (Virginia Mayo), the knight is banished only to be taken in by the very doctor who treated the King and who has an altogether different identity.
  • Reach for the Sky (1956)


    1h 37m

    7.2 IMDB

    Cast:  Clive Revill, Michael Gough
    "Reach for the Sky" is a 1956 biographical film directed by Lewis Gilbert and starring Kenneth More. The film tells the story of Douglas Bader, a Royal Air Force pilot who lost both his legs in a plane crash and went on to become a fighter ace during World War II. The film explores themes of perseverance, determination, and triumph over adversity, and is a moving tribute to the human spirit. The film's portrayal of Douglas Bader is a testament to the power of perseverance and determination. After losing both his legs in a plane crash, Bader refuses to let his disability hold him back. He remains determined to fly again and eventually persuades the RAF to let him fly once more. The film shows how Bader's perseverance and determination allow him to overcome the obstacles that he faces and achieve his goals. His character is an inspiration to viewers, as his story demonstrates the importance of never giving up and always pursuing one's dreams. The film's exploration of the theme of triumph over adversity is also noteworthy. Despite the many obstacles that Bader faces, including his disability, he is able to achieve his goals and become a fighter ace during World War II. The film shows how his perseverance and determination allow him to triumph over the adversity that he faces, and how his success serves as an inspiration to others. The film's message that anything is possible with hard work and determination is a powerful one, and is sure to resonate with viewers. Kenneth More delivers an excellent performance as Douglas Bader, bringing depth and nuance to the character. His portrayal of Bader is both moving and inspiring, and he captures the spirit of the character perfectly. The supporting cast is also noteworthy, with excellent performances by Muriel Pavlow as Bader's wife, and Nigel Stock as Bader's best friend and fellow pilot. The chemistry between the actors is palpable, and their performances are a testament to their talent and skill. The film's direction by Lewis Gilbert is also excellent, with a keen eye for detail and an ability to create a compelling and immersive world. The film's use of light and shadow serves to enhance the film's overall tone, creating a world that is both dark and mysterious. The film's pacing is also excellent, with the story unfolding at a steady pace that keeps the viewer engaged throughout. In conclusion, "Reach for the Sky" is a moving tale of perseverance and triumph that explores themes of determination, perseverance, and triumph over adversity. The standout performances by Kenneth More, as well as the excellent direction by Lewis Gilbert, make it a must-watch for fans of classic Hollywood cinema. Its exploration of these themes is both moving and thought-provoking, and the message that anything is possible with hard work and determination is sure to leave a lasting impression on viewers.
  • Haifa Street (2019)


    1h 37m

    5.7 IMDB

    2006, Baghdad is ravaged by sectarian violence. Haifa Street is the epicenter of the conflict. Ahmed gets dropped off there by a taxi on his way to his beloved Suad's home to ask for her hand for marriage, he gets shot by Salam, a sniper who's living his own personal hell on a rooftop above.
  • Sniper. The White Raven (2022)


    1h 37m

    5.8 IMDB

    Mykola is an eccentric pacifist who wants to be useful to humanity. When the war begins at Donbass, Mykola's naive world is collapsing as the militants kill his pregnant wife and burn his home to the ground. Recovered, he makes a cardinal decision and gets enlisted in a sniper company. Having met his wife's killers, he emotionally breaks down and arranges "sniper terror" for the enemy. He's saved from a senseless death by his instructor who himself gets mortally wounded. The death of a friend leaves a "scar" and Mykola is ready to sacrifice his life.
  • Before the Rain (1994)


    1h 37m

    7.9 IMDB

    Cast:  Rade Serbedzija, Katrin Cartlidge, Phyllida Law
    Before the Rain is a masterpiece of world cinema, a haunting and poetic exploration of love, war, and human connection that resonates just as powerfully today as it did when it was first released in 1994. Set in the Balkans during the early 1990s, the film tells the story of three interconnected characters whose lives are forever changed by war and the search for love and connection. The first story centers around a young monk named Kiril, who has taken a vow of silence and retreats to a remote mountain village to escape the violence and chaos of the world. There he meets Zamira, a young Albanian woman fleeing from a cycle of violence and vengeance that threatens to engulf her family. As Kiril and Zamira's relationship deepens, they are forced to confront the forces of hate and intolerance that seek to tear them apart. The second story follows a war photographer named Alexander, who returns to his homeland after years spent documenting conflicts around the world. As he reunites with his former lover, Hana, Alexander is drawn into the violence and chaos of the war-torn region, putting his own life and the lives of those around him in jeopardy. The third and final story brings the three characters together in a haunting and poetic finale that speaks to the timeless human search for love, connection, and meaning in a world that is often cruel and indifferent. Before the Rain is a masterful work of cinema, a film that weaves together complex themes and characters.
  • Flanders (2006)


    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    "Flanders" is a powerful and thought-provoking movie that explores the human toll of war and the complex relationships that develop in the midst of chaos and destruction. Directed by Bruno Dumont and released in 2006, the film takes place in a rural farming community in northern France and centers around the lives of two young lovers, Demester and Barbe. The movie begins by introducing viewers to Demester, a young farmer who spends his days working in the fields and caring for his livestock. Despite the simplicity of his life, Demester is a complex and intriguing character, with a quiet intensity that draws viewers in. When he meets Barbe, a woman who has recently moved to the area, the two quickly fall in love and begin a passionate affair. As their relationship deepens, the outside world begins to encroach on their idyllic existence. Demester is called up to fight in a war overseas, leaving Barbe behind to fend for herself. The movie does an excellent job of showing the psychological toll that war takes on soldiers, as Demester is forced to confront the violence and brutality of battle. Meanwhile, back at home, the community is torn apart by the economic struggles of farming and the rise of right-wing nationalism. One of the strengths of the movie is the way it explores the complex relationships between men and women. Demester and Barbe struggle to navigate their feelings for each other in the midst of chaos and turmoil. Their relationship is passionate and intense, but also marked by moments of tension and conflict. The movie does an excellent job of portraying the emotional complexity of human relationships, and viewers will find themselves deeply invested in the outcome of Demester and Barbe's story. Overall, "Flanders" is a powerful and emotionally charged movie that will stay with viewers long after the credits roll. With stunning cinematography, complex characters, and a thought-provoking story, it is a must-see for fans of the drama genre.
  • Ashes and Diamonds (1958)


    1h 37m

    7.8 IMDB

    Ashes and Diamonds is a Polish film directed by Andrzej Wajda and released in 1958. It is based on the novel by Jerzy Andrzejewski and stars Zbigniew Cybulski and Ewa Krzyzewska. The film is set during the final days of World War II in Poland and follows the story of Maciek, a young Resistance fighter who is tasked with assassinating a communist official. The film is renowned for its poetic and metaphorical style, which reflects the sense of disillusionment and uncertainty felt by many Poles during the post-war period. The film's themes of idealism, disillusionment, and betrayal are explored through the character of Maciek, who is torn between his loyalty to the Resistance and his growing doubts about their cause. Zbigniew Cybulski's performance as Maciek is widely regarded as one of the greatest in the history of Polish cinema. His portrayal of a young man struggling to find his place in a world that has been torn apart by war is both powerful and poignant. The film's cinematography is also noteworthy, with its use of shadow and light to create a sense of ambiguity and uncertainty. The final scene, in which Maciek is shot and dies in a field of burning hay, has become one of the most iconic in Polish cinema. Ashes and Diamonds is considered one of the most important films of Polish cinema, and has been praised for its poetic and symbolic exploration of the themes of war, idealism, and disillusionment. It is a must-watch for anyone interested in Polish cinema, and for fans of thought-provoking and emotionally powerful cinema. In conclusion, Ashes and Diamonds is a classic of Polish cinema, a film that explores the complex themes of war, idealism, and disillusionment through the eyes of a young Resistance fighter. With its powerful performances, stunning cinematography, and poetic style, it is a must-watch for anyone interested in the history of Polish cinema or in emotionally powerful and thought-provoking films.