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The Cold Blue is a movie starring V.G. Alexander, Paul Haedike, and Mort Kimmel. A tribute to one of the world's great filmmakers and the men of the 8th Air Force who flew mission after suicidal mission in the Second World War.

Genres
Documentary, War
Director
Erik Nelson
Starring
William Toombs, V.G. Alexander, Paul Haedike, Mort Kimmel

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Product details

Genres Documentary, War
Director Erik Nelson
Writer Erik Nelson
Stars William Toombs, V.G. Alexander, Paul Haedike, Mort Kimmel
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 41 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In 1943, director William Wyler crafted 'Memphis Belle,' a tribute to the titular WWII bomber. Using footage from the National Archives shot by Wyler and his team, director Erik Nelson has created a new film, featuring narration from some of the last surviving B-17 pilots.

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Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 23:52

At the time of the Falklands war, the British government was not prepared to use its military power to protect the island nation. So, it was the only option left for the British government to take in the Falklands. The British government did not want to be seen as "taking the Falklands", so the military was placed in a difficult position. Instead of helping the British government protect the Falklands, the military was put in a position of choosing between their country and the islanders. This documentary portrays the problems faced by the British government, and the military who were forced to make decisions on the issue. The British government was not prepared to use its military power. It was forced to use the British military to protect the island nation. This is a compelling film that should be viewed by all. The film was directed by Colin MacKenzie, who is the son of the late British Prime Minister Harold MacKenzie. The film covers the government's decision making process, and how it affected the British military. The film was made for the BBC in 2006. It was not shown in the United States until 2009. This documentary is a must see. It should be seen by anyone interested in the Falklands. It is a documentary that will not be for everyone. The military was forced to make difficult decisions, and that is what makes this documentary so compelling. It is a must see. If you want to see a more dramatic documentary, check out "The White Ribbon", directed by Rob Hall. It is a very similar subject. Both documentaries are about the Falklands, but the White Ribbon is more dramatic. It is about the events that occurred in the Falklands during the war. The White Ribbon is a must see documentary. It is a drama about the Falklands. It is a documentary that should be viewed by everyone.
Friday, 01 May 2020 04:10

I was in a small group at the Toronto International Film Festival screening of "The Cold Blue," and it is truly a groundbreaking documentary. This film is not only a must-see for any student of world history, but also a must-see for anyone who is curious about the history of the United States, or even just a movie buff. It is fascinating to see how the US military made the decision to occupy Korea in the 1930s. The film follows the US military and American citizens as they conduct a tour of the Japanese military's bunkers, and then face the Korean War with a young American journalist, Andrew "Bud" Ladd, who is really an independent American who has spent his life in Korea and has many relatives who are Korean. The film has a powerful feel-good aspect to it, but it is also a highly informative look at the history of the United States. There are many intriguing moments in the film, such as the US soldiers' reaction to the Japanese soldiers' actions in the film. The Japanese soldiers are not the enemy, but rather the enemy of the United States. It is true that the US government and military is the enemy of the people in Korea, but the soldiers' reactions to this are really the only thing that makes the film so powerful. The film also has some great images, such as the Korean soldiers' reaction when they realize that their American soldiers are attacking their own countrymen. It is also interesting to see how the soldiers respond to the young Korean reporter, Andrew "Bud" Ladd, who has come to Korea to document the war for the press. Ladd's experiences in the war were so different from the soldiers' experiences, but it is hard to believe that the US soldiers would not know what they were seeing, and it is also interesting to see how Ladd and the soldiers interact. This is a documentary that everyone should see.


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