Flame & Citron

Flame & Citron
Flame & Citron




130 minutes


Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical, Thriller, War Films


Danish / German

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The tale of two undercover resistance agents in Nazi-occupied Denmark, Flame & Citron offers all the thrills, spills and femme fatales of a classic espionage movie, and much more besides. Based on the true story of two national heroes codenamed 'Flame' and 'Citron', who worked under secret orders to assassinate Nazis and Danish collaborators, the film delves into the dark, murky past of occupied Denmark. What it uncovers are two men who repeatedly put their lives on the line for their country's uncertain future, raising questions to which there are no easy answers.

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Contains strong violence, language and sex

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