Resistance

Resistance
Resistance

Year

2011

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

The emotional impact of war is explored in this intriguing and intimate human drama that imagines what life would have been like had the Nazis invaded Britain. Set in a remote Welsh valley in 1944, the atmospheric tale sees the female inhabitants struggling to survive under the watchful eyes of a group of German soldiers after all their menfolk mysteriously disappear - apparently to join the resistance movement. With livestock and fields to tend and the weather becoming increasingly harsh, the initially hostile women soon have no choice but to accept the enemy soldiers' offers of help. It's an uneasy truce that throws up complex moral questions, especially when farmer’s wife Sarah becomes dangerously drawn to the unit’s commanding officer.

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Contains mild violence and injury detail.

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