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In Which We Serve(1942)

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  • True portrayal of Wartime horrors at sea

    • William Lawrence
    • 10/22/17

    excellent for the risks at sea ,portrayed U Boat torpedo approaching just before impact thenhorrors from floating at sea from the German strafing .this must be part of the memory of many men from the Battle of the North Atlantic both Allied and Axis who survived this horror and those that did not. Perhaps it is only at such a time in film history could such a superbcast be assembled.

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    • Susanne Cavendish
    • 12/9/15

    What a wonderful movie, David Lean's directorial debut and it was a masterpiece. As touching as the stories of the sailors in battle, were, the stories of the women in their lives, from mothers, to friends to wives was gripping of the senses. It was as if the stories we hear from soldiers, and fighting men from our past, were given deeper meaning.The young Richard Attenborough's character reminded us that causes don't always make us brave, that reconciliation often comes with a price, in war, it is death and if lucky, the loss of an arm, a leg or an eye. I loved this movie for all those things and the many more, that stirred the soul and gave meaning to humanity, not the masses which that word has come to mean, but the acts and deeds of being human. Alix, Freda and Kath and the actresses who played them were magnificent. What a terrific job Noel Coward did as actor, producer and director. The emotional ruggedness of the sailors who wished to spare their wives and loved ones of worry, even as the latter squeezed last minutes of leave from the moments before deployment, was touching, leaving the wives with an understanding of their obligations to life, times and the effort.

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    • Jay Higgins
    • 8/20/09

    One of the finest World War II dramas, a superb cast, excellent direction and score. Very moving story. It can be a bit schmaltzy, but then again, it was made at the peak of the war. Exceptional in every aspect.

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    • Craig
    • 11/15/07

    This movie shows Navy life in courage, comradery, survival, friendship. Men who had families a reason to survive, American Navy had the USS Indianapolis in the brits had there lose of ships also. Noel Coward was a writer with genius!

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