It's 1945, the final days of the Second World War. Behind enemy lines, in the heart of Germany's Hurtgen Forest, an exhausted and overwhelmed band of American Army paratroopers fight for survival amid unknown dangers, escalating internal conflict and seemingly impossible odds.
Feels like it's made by re-enacters. Tedious, badly scripted, cliched, poorly acted. The only good thing about it is that the film is a mercifully short 68 minutes long.
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Not a proper war film
- 1945: From this Day review by IanF
I agree with the previous reviewers. I have never fast forwarded so much, could not believe how little happened. Think it was made by a bunch of weekend re-enactors - most unprofessional. Cinema Paradiso - do you vet the films you release? This was far below a standard worth distributing.