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Enemy lines

Anders Banke (director), Ed Westwick (actor), John Hannah (actor)

Enemy lines

Anders Banke (director), Ed Westwick (actor), John Hannah (actor)
In 1943 moeten een Brits commandoteam en een Amerikaanse officier in Polen een raketgeleerde ontvoeren die het tij van de oorlog zou kunnen doen keren.
Title
Enemy lines
Director
Anders Banke
Actor
Ed Westwick John Hannah
Language
English
Publisher
Source1media, © 2020
1 dvd-video
Recording date
2020
Playing time
89 min.
Note
Engels gesproken, Nederlands ondertiteld
EAN
8717662582073

Reviews

Britse oorlogsfilm (2020) van Anders Banke (Frostbiten) met Ed Westwick (Chalet girl), John Hannah (Four weddings and a funeral) en Corey Johnson. In de winter van 1943 worden een Brits commandoteam en een Amerikaans officier diep achter de Duitse linies in Polen gedropt om de Poolse raketgeleerde Fabian te ontvoeren die informatie heeft over geheime innovaties die van vitaal belang zouden zijn voor de geallieerden. Ze worden niet alleen op de hielen gezeten door hun Duitse vijand, maar ook door hun Russische ‘bondgenoten’, die hun eigen plannen hebben met de wetenschapper.

About Anders Banke

Anders Banke (born 2 August 1969) is a Swedish director. He was born and raised in Ystad and developed an early interest in film. He was trained as a director at VGIK in Moscow and learned to speak Russian. There he met his friend and future collaborator Chris Maris. In 1998 he came across a horror comedy script written by Daniel Ojanlatva about a town north of the Arctic Circle being terrorized by vampires. Banke loved the idea and spent several years developing it with Ojanlatva. Since the Swedish Film Institute doesn't often approve of horror films or genre movies in general, Banke had a hard time pulling the film off. In the end, got funding from the Swedish Film Institute needed to attract other producers to the project in 2004 and production could begin. The film was Sweden's first vampire film.

The film did not hit at the box office as he thought it would, but became by far the most popular Swedish film that year, being sold to over 40 countries, which is far ab…Read more on Wikipedia