Winter In Wartime
January 1945. Nazi occupied Holland lies under a blanket of snow. A young man, Michiel, defiant in his hatred for the Nazis, inadvertently receives a map detailing the hiding place of a crashed RAF pilot and sets off to prove his worth. He finds the pilot, Jack, badly injured, but the situation becomes more desperate when a dead Nazi trooper is found and the hunt for the killer commences. Unaware of the terrible consequences that await his family, Michiel decides to help Jack escape, undertaking a perilous journey that could cost him everything he has ever known. From the Producer of the multi-award winning ‘Black Book’, and co-starring Jamie Campbell Bower (Harry Potter: Deathly Hallows & Twilight New Moon), Winter in Wartime is a breathtaking cinematic masterpiece that shows the true human cost of a terrible conflict. In the darkest days of the coldest winter, a hero will be made.
Christopher Lambert, the sensational star of Highlander and Gunmen, is John Brennick, a man about experience the ultimate in criminal punishment - the Fortress.
The setting is the United States in the future. With resources scarce and the population soaring, couples are allowed just one child. Former Black Beret Captain John Brennick and his wife Karen have broken the law. After the loss of their first child, Karen is pregnant again. Caught and tried for their crime, they are sent to the Fortress, the most sophisticated maximum security prison on the planet, a jail built 30 storeys underground and equipped with technology beyond imagination.
Each prisoner is implanted with an 'intesinator', a device designed to inflict severe pain or death for any violation of the prison rules. Unrelenting and unforgiving, the Fortress is a hell-hole prison of the future. Escape-proof. Built to hold anything... except an innocent man.
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