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Into the Storm 2009 1080p WEBRip x264-RARBG [MP4]

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10/9/2019 8:54:49 AM (2 weeks, 7 hours ago)
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Into the Storm (2009)

Biography, Drama, History, War
UK, USA (English) 99 min
7.1 5
WebRip
  9/10   10/10   3
Updated on 2019 Oct 09
  Nominated for 3 Golden Globes. Another 5 wins & 32 nominations.
 2,564 Downloads
Director: Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Cast: Brendan Gleeson, Clive Mantle, Adrian Scarborough, Jack Shepherd, Donald Sumpter, Andrew Havill, Iain Glen, James D'Arcy, Bill Paterson, Adrian Fort, Shaughan Seymour, Bruce Alexander, Janet McTeer, Kathryn Sumner, Michael Elwyn, Robert Pugh, Terrence Hardiman, Michael Hadley, Emma Hamilton, Garrick Hagon, Len Cariou, Gethin Anthony, Ben Righton, Alister Cameron, Patrick Malahide, David Charles, Geoffrey Kirkness, Morgan Thomas, Patrick Brennan, Philip McGough, Kenneth Bryans, Michael Pennington, Aleksey Petrenko, John Albasiny, Teresa McElroy, Miranda Colchester, Mark Lingwood, Julie Eagleton, William Ellis, James Fiddy, Harrie Hayes, Paul Kelleher, Jamie McLeod-Ross, Laurence Richardson, Catriona Ryan, Andrew Slade, Simon John Wilson

Synopsis

Winston Churchill is named Prime Minister on the very day the Nazis launch their invasion of the low countries and France. The immediate concern is the fate of the British Expeditionary Force now trapped with their back to the sea. The evacuation at Dunquerque saved most of them. Churchill formed a unified government with the Labour party and was steadfast in refusing to negotiate with the Germans. He developed a personal relationship with U.S. President Roosevelt but England (as Churchill always referred to the UK) stood alone until the U.S. entered the war. By war's end however, Labour won the election and Churchill was out of office.
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