The Captive Heart

The Captive Heart

A series of stories about the lives and loves of nine men in a Prisoner of War Camp over five years. Location shooting in the British occupied part of Germany adds believability. The main story is of Hasek (Redgrave) a Czech soldier who needs to keep his identity a secret from the Nazis, to do this he poses as a dead English Officer and corresponds with the man's wife. Upon liberation they meet and decide to continue their lives together. The other inmates' stories are revealed episodically.

Set in a German POW camp for British soldiers. Michael Redgrave plays a Czech patriot, who has assumed the identity of a deceased British officer to avoid being executed by the Nazis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Captive Heart torrent reviews

Carol S (ca) wrote: The book was surprisingly good; the movie was okay.

xou x (ag) wrote: Where Jackie returns to do his comedy charm with martial arts included, it will always be a sight. Add a cute little baby that promotes emotional feeling, then this film is all good. Now lesson learned. Never put a baby in the washing machine. =D

Lain G (nl) wrote: No saca carcajadas pero es simpatica de ver.

Todd H (au) wrote: Fricke is a master at nonverbal narrative. An excellent meditation on the layers of time using time-lapse as the sole means of storytelling. Beautiful.

Dougie F (it) wrote: Without being sexist, Margaret Nolan's knockers are the highlight for me!! Was that sexist? Who cares!

Matti K (us) wrote: Shaft poistuu urbaanista suurkaupunkimiljoosta Afrikkaan ja tekee selvaa orjakauppiaista. The Four Topsin esittama "Are You Man Enough" on blaxploitaatio-leffojen parhaita tunnareita.

Ben B (mx) wrote: this is a really different kind of war film. well before the advent of monday night football, reality television and Battle Royale - this film tackles the very real and increasingly relevant themes that Orwell prophesized in 1984, and that sci-fi films have been raping repeatedly to decreasing effect ever since. this film essentially portrays war as it really is - powerful men with big toys, fighting over small patches of the sandbox. but here everything is stripped down to the simplest elements. "gladiators" looks at war on a microcosmal scale -- eaach country assembles different teams and they have gamelike battles between respective armies. a scary - but very realistic veiw of the future.

keith w (ag) wrote: awful filmcrap fight scenesno story