Six days before D-Day, Victor Lawrence (Christos Lawton), a lieutenant and key figure in the British Air Force, is shot down over France. Captured by the Nazis, he is detained in a holding camp under a false identity. John Seabourne (Kelvin Fletcher), a special forces operative, is given the mission to parachute into France, join with local French resistance and rescue Victor before the enemy discovers his true identity. Seabourne and French resistance fighter, Ellie (Audrey L'Ebrellec), break into the camp. Can they find a way to pull off a dramatic rescue of Victor and the other prisoners held in the camp. The fate of millions will come down to the choices and actions of our three heroes in their darkest hour.
Variation on a Theme
- We Go in at Dawn review by AA
Average run of the mill war film covering the period just before the D Day Invasion and the need to rescue a senior key figure in the plan for D Day who on recon flight got shot down and must be rescued before the GERMANS realise who he is. Nothing out of the ordinary, solid performances all round and if you like WW2 themed films one for you.
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