Went the Day Well?


Went the Day Well? is a 1942 British war film adapted from a story by Graham Greene and directed by Alberto Cavalcanti. It was produced by Michael Balcon of Ealing Studios and served as unofficial propaganda for the war effort. The film shows a Southern English village taken over by German paratroopers, reflecting the greatest potential nightmare for the British public of the time, although the threat of German invasion had largely receded by that point.

The film is notable for its unusually frank, for the time, depiction of ruthless violence.

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Went the Day Well? ast cy
5. kolonne i England
Genre:Propagandafilm, Rückblenden-Film
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
Verleih:Ealing Studios
Regie:Alberto Cavalcanti
Drehbuch:Graham Greene
Kamera:Wilkie Cooper
Musik:William Walton
Produzent:Michael Balcon
Darsteller:Leslie Banks
Mervyn Johns
Basil Sydney
C. V. France
Valerie Taylor
Thora Hird
David Farrar
Elizabeth Allan
Edward Rigby
Frank Lawton
Harry Fowler
John Slater
Valerie Taylor
Marie Lohr
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