Went the Day Well
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An English village is occupied by disguised German paratroopers who plan to use the village as an advanced post for a planned invasion. The plot is uncovered when the village telephone operator picks up on a simple clue left behind by one of the well-disguised Germans, prompting a vicious Nazi officer to hold the village captive. A British regiment volunteered their time for this patriotic morale booster.
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This is the best war film I've ever seen. It captures the desperation of the time, is splendidly acted, and real. The setting in the town which was later used to film The Vicar of Dibley is a bonus. The respect given women is another bonus. Why this is not better known and played is a mystery.