Many Men Crossed. Few Came Back...Courage has no borders in action-packed World War II thriller 'Enemy Lines'. November 1943. A British commando squad is teamed with an American officer (Ed Westwick) on a covert mission into Poland, deep behind enemy lines. Working with the resistance they cross the harsh Polish wilderness intent on kidnapping and extracting a sought-after Polish scientist, Dr. Fabian (Pawel Delag) from the Germans. Fabian is known to hold information on secret innovations that would prove vital to the Allied efforts. With a German hunter unit on their tail and a Russian squad also intent on kidnapping Fabian for their own ends, it becomes a race against time, that for the winners, will change the shape of the war.
Interesting plot line of the Allies and Russians both wanting to extract a Polish scientist from his NAZI protectors to assist with their parallel work on making an atomic bomb. Reasonable story line with enough action to keep one occupied, but it lacked that special touch that could have turned it into a good film.