Trailers for WWII Drama 'Walking with the Enemy' with Ben Kingsley
"I will not be intimidated." Liberty has debuted two new trailers for the indie WWII drama Walking with the Enemy, directed by Mark Schmidt, starring an international cast including Sir Ben Kingsley looking like a fine chap, all right, plus Jonas Armstrong (Book of Blood, Edge of Tomorrow), Hannah Tointon (The Children, The Body, The Lost Future), Burn Gorman (Pacific Rim, The Dark Knight Rises), Mark Wells and William Hope (Captain America, Dark Shadows). The film is set mostly in Hungary, and looks surprisingly powerful and epic, despite the indie feeling to it. Two new trailers join the original trailer a few months ago. This looks like it might be worth seeing, but it doesn't have many good reviews yet. Take a look.
Here's the latest trailer (#3) for Mark Schmidt's Walking with the Enemy, in high def from Apple:
Here's the other new trailer (#2) for Mark Schmidt's Walking with the Enemy, in high def from Apple:
A young man, separated from his family disguises himself as a Nazi SS Officer and uncovers more than just his whereabouts. Inspired by the true story, Walking with the Enemy is an unforgettable film of love, courage, and sacrifice. Set in Hungary during the final months of WWll, a young man sets out to find his displaced family by using a stolen Nazi uniform to pose as an officer. In a journey filled with suspense and danger, he undertakes extraordinary measures to reroute his family and others to safety by disrupting the activities of the German occupiers. Walking with the Enemy is directed by newcomer Mark Schmidt, from a story by Schmidt & Randy Williams. Liberty Studios opens in select theaters starting April 25th this week.
Never Ending Nazis.
Carpola on Apr 22, 2014
Not sure about the others, but Kingsley looks to be in top form.
DAVIDPD on Apr 22, 2014
backwardsprogress on Apr 24, 2014
I like the way Americans keep discovering history of WW II. Plenty material, I admit...
shiboleth on Apr 25, 2014
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