1,090 views Allen Davis, a former military special forces man is convinced to train a squad of misfits for a dangerous and secretive mission. When things start to go wrong the Squad members begin questioning the true purpose of the mission. With the mission turning into the fight of their life, the squad must decide to trust each other and rely on God. Can they help the missionary they set out to find or will they even be able to help themselves?
1,090 views In 1941 an American journalist in Greece is given a secret list of collaborators. He is helped by the Greek resistance as he is pursued across the country by the Nazis.
1,080 views A completely hand-made historical micro-epic about the final minutes in the life of Winnipeg's doomed Second World War hero, Andrew Mynarski (1916-1944). Combining wartime aviation melodrama with classical and avant-garde animation techniques (including stop-motion, silhouettes, bleaching, scratching, hand-painting and rubbing letratone patterns directly on the celluloid) Mynarski Death Plummet is a psychedelic photo-chemical war picture on the theme of self-sacrifice, immortality and jellyfish.
The film led by the leadership of Guizhou Province in 1964 to Beijing to ask Chairman Mao inscribed Zunyi meeting site when Chairman Mao recalled Zunyi because of inaccurate information led to the defeat of the Tucheng campaign to form the story of the Red Army intelligence advance team, mainly about the Red Army advance The small unit to overcome difficulties, and the enemy wits and eventually to the weak force of the Red Army to obtain valuable information and time to win the victory of Loushanguan reversal of the Red Army in the passive situation everywhere shocking story.
Untouched for fifty years, a family finds a bundle of letters setting them on a journey into their past, and the rediscovery of a tragic love story amid the turmoil of World War II. Bermudian, Major Toby Smith lost his life at the Battle of Overloon during the final Allied push for victory. This film weaves a haunting portrait etched in Tobys own words through the letters he lovingly and dutifully wrote his wife and five children as he agonized over loyalty to them and the war against the Nazis during four years of service abroad. This first hand account uniquely re-captures the war-time era and its impact on a family, leaving a lasting legacy of what it means to serve ones King and Country.
Despite being in love with a Ukrainian boy from the same village, Polish girl named Zosia is forced into marrying a wealthy widower. Soon World War II begins and ethnic tensions arise. Amidst the war chaos Zosia tries to survive.