If The New War Movie Fury Was Made During The 1960s.
This is the heroic and true story of children coming of age in Terezin, the "Jewish city" established by the Nazis near Prague as a way station before the death camps. In the face of unspeakable horror, these children use their determination and creativity to build lives filled with hope and beauty -- playing, studying, making art, and writing an underground newspaper -- all at the peril of being executed. Their actual poems and stories are woven into a fast-paced drama, evoking the universality of children caught in the insanity of war. -From Playscripts INC
In 1946, World War 2 continues across Europe. The Nazis turn the tide of the battle with Deathshead, the most technologically advanced war machine, causing the fall of Allies, and the fall of hope for humanity. In 1960, the war has ended, and the Nazis rule with an iron fist, bringing even the most powerful nations down to their knees. But, they didn't count on one thing... Captain B.J. Blazkowicz, the American War Hero. After emerging from the darkness into this new world, he must embark on an impossible mission to bring down the Nazi regime and rewrite history.
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