Friday, December 16, 2016

TRAILERS FOR WW2 MOVIES 'ALONE IN BERLIN' WITH BRENDAN GLEESON, EMMA THOMPSON, 'THEIR FINEST' WITH SAM CLAFLIN, GEMMA ARTERTON, BILL NIGHY, JEREMY IRONS

'ALONE IN BERLIN' TRAILER
STARRING EMMA THOMPSON AND BRENDAN GLEESON
Two WW2 trailers for you today beginning with the new trailer for World War 2 drama ALONE IN BERLIN starring Emma Thompson, Brendan Gleeson and Daniel Bruhl. It is out this March and is directed by French actor Vincent Perez
Based on a true story, which served as an inspiration for Hans Fallada novel, ALONE IN BERLIN is set in 1940 following a working class couple in World War II era Berlin, Otto and Anna Quangel, who decide to resist Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, after receiving the news of the death of their only son. They start writing postcards to urge people to stand against Hitler and the Nazis and protest against them. Escherich is the Gestapo inspector charged with finding the source of the postcards.



'THEIR FINEST' 1ST CLIP
SAM CLAFLIN & GEMMA ARTERTON
There is also the first clip from Sam Claflin and Gemma Arterton movie THEIR FINEST which hits cinemas next April also starring Bill Nighy, Jack Huston, Jeremy Irons, Richard E. Grant, in a story about a British film crew that attempts to boost morale during World War II by making a propaganda film after the Blitzkrieg. 

12 comments:

  1. Well, you know Dezzy, I'm French, so Seul dans Berlin seems 'très interessant', and I really like Vincent Perez, so....

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    1. I've always loved Vincent too, Phillie, especially in Queen Margot! You know an artist from my country did music for that one :)

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  2. I agree, both do look quite interesting!

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    1. indeed, everything with Sammy Claflin is interesting even if it is not

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  3. Alone in Berlin definitely assures stunning performances from both actors. The trailer got me hooked.
    I didn't recognize Sam Claflin at first glance.

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    1. does not he look swell with glasses?

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  4. I always love a good WW2 film! These both look great!

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  5. War time sure is a popular thing for studios to make movies about. Then again, what isn't at some point or another?

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    1. I reckon with the anniversary of WW1 we should see a lot of those too soon

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