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After Nazi Germany invades the British Channel Islands in the summer of 1940, the occupiers and the occupied settle into an uneasy coexistence. But when does cooperation become collaboration for islanders just trying to survive? How tolerant can the German commandant be before falling under the suspicious eye of Berlin?
This gripping British drama series tells of the stresses and strains, loyalties and loves of civilians and soldiers alike, in a world where shades of gray blur the hard line between black and white. Passion battles against restraint. Pragmatism struggles with principle. And internal conflicts rage as fiercely as those on the battlefield. Ultimately, both sides find they are compromised as much by the actions of their compatriots as they are by the enemy that is always at the door.
Alfred Burke (Public Eye) and Bernard Horsfall (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) star, with guest stars including John Nettles (Midsomer Murders) and Anthony Stewart Head (TV’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
DVD SPECIAL FEATURE INCLUDES historical background on the Channel Islands.
We loved watching this series. Acting was good, the plots were interesting, and we are always drawn in by stories about the German occupation of the Channel Islands. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Value Appreciator
I am watching this right now. Seems like a well done play, characters coming and going as the story needs them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by starlucy
Have watched the first 4 shows of the series, and so far, great. Enjoy that vintage of production, and, having visited Guernsey, have an interest in the subject.Published 5 months ago by Floyd Ostrom
I LOVE THIS MOVIE A LOT. I AM INTO HISTORICAL AND WAR MOVIES VERY MUCH. IT IS VERY INTERESTING.Published 10 months ago by Hogan_62
Outstanding British acting! Great historical drama. Will watch this over many times.Published 11 months ago by joeln
Most interesting, story pulls you into it and holds your attention.Published 12 months ago by Henry E Lunsford