Saints & Soldiers & Days of Glory
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|Official Release Date||Jan 05, 2010|
|Starring||Jamel Debbouze, Samy Naceri, Roschdy Zem, Sami Bouajila, Bernard Blancan, Mathieu Simonet|
|Screen Format||Wide Screen|
|Audio||DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1|
|Running Time||206 Minutes|
descriptionImport Blu-Ray Region All pressing. 2 Disc set. Two of the most successful war movies in recent years - now available as a 2-disc Bluray boxset. Saints and Soldiers Based on the historical event known as the "Malmedy Massacre," a tale of a group of U.S. soldiers in Germany in World War II, one of whom served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany just before the war. In mid-December 1944 Hitler's Army blitzkriegs through the Ardennes Forest into Belgium creating the colossal wintertime offensive known as the Battle of the Bulge. Sergeant Daniel Epstein and close friend Nathan Greer find themselves held captive with over seventy other U.S. Soldiers in a snow covered field. Without warning German soldiers open fire on the U.S. Prisoners. Epstein, Greer and a handful of other soldiers are able to escape the massacre by hiding in the nearby woods. Without weapons or food they take on the unforgiving winter trying to find their way back to allied occupied territory. Days of Glory 1943. They’d never set foot on French soil, but during WWII, four North African men — Saïd, Abdelkader, Messaoud and Yassir — along with 130,000 other "natives" enlisted in the French Army to free “the motherland" from the Nazis. These heroes, forgotten by history, found victory in Provence and in the Vosges before finding themselves on their own to defend an Alsatian village against a German battalion.
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