Tuesday, April 6, 2021

A TRUE STORY OF NORWEGIAN CROWN PRINCESS AND AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT IN WW2 SERIES ATLANTIC CROSSING AIRING ON PBS WITH KYLE MACLAHLAN, SOFIA HELIN

  ATLANTIC CROSSING SERIES 
ARRIVES TO MASTERPIECE
Atlantic Crossing airs Sundays on PBS
We've written about this one for years and it has now finally arrived to PBS Masterpiece where it aired its first episode last night and will continue with other seven every Sunday after already airing in some of the European countries. Coming from our favourite Beta Film ATLANTIC CROSSING, based on the true story of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, who fights to save her country, offers a unique and never before seen perspective on the tragic events of World War II! Check out the preview trailer below and tell us what you think.
STORY OF ATLANTIC CROSSING
When the Nazis invade her country, the Norwegian Crown Princess Martha (Sofia Helin) makes a narrow escape and seeks refuge in the United States. Soon, she develops a close relationship with President Franklin D. Roosevelt
The story of the series spans more than seven years
(Kyle MacLachlan), which turns into deep affection. Martha tries hard to convince him to help save her country and Europe from the Nazis. But Roosevelt does not want to alienate his voters, who are strongly opposed to
Sofia Helin and Kyle MacLahlan lead the cast of the series
being drawn into the war. Martha realizes she must step out of her overprotected way of life and influence the public. ATLANTIC CROSSING sheds light on life behind the walls of the White House and on the unconventional marriage of Franklin and Eleonor, which had been subject to countless rumors.

10 comments:

  1. I’ll be very interested to watch this one! I’ll wait to see if the full series ends up streaming on Amazon though.

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    1. I will watch is as well as soon as it appears online.

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  2. World warII and one of its true stories. Looks really interesting.

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    1. We haven't heard of it before this series.

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  3. Sounds like a really interesting story...I would for sure watch it if it's on Netflix.

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    1. I think it aired somewhere in Deutchland, but I am not sure.

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  4. Fascinating! Another tasty tidbit of history I knew nothing about.

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    1. Funny as it happened in your country LOL

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  5. I commented on this one, yet I don't see it! I remember asking if this story was true and then rushing off to Google for an answer.

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    1. Well, they would hardly invent such a story with a real princess LOL

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