Fri, 3 June 2016
In 1975, a young filmmaker named Stuart Cooper was working with the Imperial War Museum to make a World War II documentary about the individual soldier until he decided to make Overlord, a war film using unused war footage about a young man sent off to fight for Britain and is part of the first wave to hit the beach at Normandy and to meet him impending fate. But does the film revolutionize war movies or the product of a lazy filmmaker? Eric, Kent & Lobster check the reels to find out.
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