Went The Day Well - Digitally Restored (80 Years of Ealing) Blu-ray

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Description

Based on a short story by Graham Greene, Went the Day Well? is a superb piece of British wartime propaganda. Disguised German paratroopers set up an advance post for a planned invasion in an unsuspecting British village.

This Ealing film doesn’t shy away from dealing with the horrors of war in an explicit manner.

Product Details

Certificate:
  • PG
Actor:
  • Leslie Banks,
  • C.V. France,
  • Valerie Taylor
Director:
  • Alberto Cavalcanti
Region:
  • B
Sound Information:
  • Dolby Digital
Main Language:
  • English
Series:
  • Ealing Studios
Studio:
  • StudioCanal

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