WW2 account to retell the mission of the Pathfinders - whose job it was to drop into Normandy 30 minutes before the invasion and light-up strategic drop-zones for the Allied troops.
Our Rating: 1/10 - Seems harsh to give it a Zero
Watchability: 0/10 - Unless you're in it, maybe
Contributed By: WB
Tagline: Behind enemy lines, alone, with a single mission.
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Runtime: 140
- Budget: $50
- Production: Portland Independent Films
So, how does the movie end??
One guy, I think he was called Neil Armstrong (?!!) but the end credits tell me it's Livingstone, is the man who survived 180-odd earlier jumps and is a man on a mission. He single-handedly takes on the Germans while the other Pathfinders, for the most part, don't want to get into a fight.
Running out of time, the main group run over a field, which they know to be a German trap, but most make it to the far side and set up the antennae. The planes are flying overhead, and they respond to the beacon just in time. Just then, another lone soldier appears with a second radio device, too late. They applaud their efforts. There might have been another team who also set up their radio beacon, but it was difficult to tell who was who, to be honest. It's dark and they all look the same.
Later the next day, the Neil Armstrong guy is still without his friends and hears gunfire. He joins a troop gunned down - and decides to take on a German mortar team alone. He fires off the odd grenade and shoots a few with his machine gun, but is beaten up and taken captive.
In the final credits we're told one guy made it home to his fiancee (who we saw in the first few scenes), while Doc and Livingstone were held as prisoners of war and released once the fighting was over.