Brother's War

Brother's War

DVD - 2009
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The story is set in the latter days of World War 2, against the backdrop of fierce combat on the eastern front. Brother's War is based on real events. The western Allies push into Germany and the Red Army is fights its way towards Berlin. Churchill is worried about Russia's post-war plans for Europe but most not endanger the increasingly threatened alliance between the west and Russian A British military attached to the Red Army discovers a Russian war crime against the Polish government in exile and is seized by Stalin's feared intelligence service. He finds unexpected help from an enemy and fellow prisoner a German Captain. They discover a common bond in freemasonry and are bound by honor, oath and secrets. They are joined by Anna, a beautiful Polish nurse cast adrift on the tides of war. The three are pursued by A Ruthless Russian commander through Germany caring a secret that can change the outcome of the world and the fate of millions. Brother's War was produced with strict attention to historic accuracy and military detail and portrays the horrors and heroism of desperate battles. The film also opens the door into the ancient order of the freemasons and presents unmatched insight on the real histories of these men, brothers all, who have fought in every war for hundreds of years.
Publisher: [United States] : MTI Home Video, ©2009.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (100 min.) :,sound, color ;,12 cm.
digital, video, surround
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DVD
video file, DVD, rda

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C20T11 Apr 13, 2016

it was ok, a Different kind of WWII movie showing Germany against Russia, the Plot was Good it was just Cheaply made.

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blawso01
Apr 12, 2013

Awful movie.

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