Resistance

Synopsis

After all the women in a remote Welsh town awaken to find their husbands have left to serve in the covert British Resistance, German occupiers arrive in this alternate-reality thriller set in
1944 where D-Day has failed and the United Kingdom has been invaded by Nazi Germany.

Facing a harsh winter, the women and soldiers find they must cooperate with one another to survive.

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Starring

Michael Sheen, Andrea Riseborough, Iwan Rheon, Alexander Dreymon

Directed by

Amit Gupta

Written by

Owen Sheers

Country Of Origin

UK / Germany

Language

English

Empire Magazine

"A beautiful, elliptical war film with the haunting qualities of a ghost story. Riseborough is terrific and Gupta proves that he's a talent to watch."

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