A great piece to share with you from the US press today about our debut DVD WWII – The Long Road Home.
The article says:
“In recent years, British directors born long after World War II have drawn on national and family memories for a new cycle of films on their country’s “finest hour.” Elliott Hasler takes his dramatization from stories of his great grandfather. Charlie is a sort of proud to serve everyman who leaves behind a wife and baby. He’s captured in Tunisia, brought to Italy and in the chaos that follows when Italy leaves the Axis, slips out of a POW camp into an uncertain journey home. Rapid and elliptical, the film makes decent use of its modest budget, avoiding SFX and big set pieces through careful editing and camera angles and use of sound. The ping of bullets on metal tells the story. (David Luhrssen)”
Read the full article here.