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Rated NR · 92 min. · 2011

Suspense/Thriller, War

When Churchill said we'd fight the Nazis on beaches, landing grounds, fields, streets and hills, he left out the church-yard, manorhouse, pub and village-green. But in this stirring, startlingly violent (for its time) masterwork of WW2 propaganda, that's exactly where the plucky locals of Bramley End engage the enemy. Inspired by a Graham Greene short story, this is a true hidden gem of our national cinema.

Official Site: www.rialtopictures.com/wentthedaywell
Director: Alberto Cavalcanti
Writer: John Dighton and Graham Greene
Cast: Leslie Banks, C.V. France, Valerie Taylor, Marie Lohr, Basil Sydney, David Farrar, Harry Fowler, Frank Lawton, Edward Rigby and Elizabeth Allan

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