- Set during the early days of World War II, Underground is an intriguing tale of danger and suspense set in Nazi Germany starring Jeffrey Lynn (Butterfield 8) and Philip Dorn (Spy Hunt).- Celebrated director Vincent Sherman (Backfire, The Adventures of Don Juan, All Through the Night, Mr. Skeffington) lives up to his reputation for directing some of the most memorable films made in the 40s, 50s and even 60s with this story of the anti-Nazi underground and its attempts to usurp the Nazi regime and put an end to its war machine through the broadcast of an outlawed radio program. - Released almost six months before the United States entered WWII, Underground provides an interesting historical perspective of the American take on Germanys Nazi Occupation before the fighting hit home. - Vincent Sherman at 98 years old, is the oldest living Hollywood director.
Available for the first time ever on DVD!
Features two fascinating interviews by Lloyd Kaufman with legendary Hollywood director Vincent Sherman at 98 years young!
Includes insightful production notes on the Underground production and star bios.
DVD Bonus: Theatrical trailer for Samuel Fullers classic Shark starring Burt Reynolds!
Film introduced with classic PSA: "Radiation March"
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sharp, vivid and politically pointed, down to the disturbingly accurate depiction of a concentration camp. -- New York Times, September 28th, 2004