Beyond the Border DVD

aka Gränsen, Richard Holm, 2011

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Film Details

Directed by Richard Holm

Produced in 2011

Main Language - Swedish with English subtitles

Countries & Regions - European Film, Scandinavian Film

Cast

Andre Sjoberg, Antti Reini, Bjorn Sundquist

Genres

Contemporary Action & AdventureContemporary War FilmsEuropean FilmScandinavian FilmAction & Adventure - War

Film Description

An intense WWII action drama about the rescue of two missing Swedish soldiers, Beyond the Border is set in Nazi-occupied Norway.

In December 1942, prior to the invasion of their country by the Nazis, two Swedish soldiers manning a roadblock in the densely wooded border area leave their post to catch a glimpse of the potential enemy. Events, however, quickly take a turn for the worse, and the soldiers soon find themselves lost on the wrong side of the border. When a rebellious Lieutenant discovers that one of the missing soldiers is his younger brother he decides to take things into his own hands. Recruiting a squadron of like-minded fighters, he plans a secret rescue mission above any official authority. Now they must go beyond the border, behind enemy lines and fight their own war their own way.

DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Publisher: Studio Canal

Length: 116 mins

Aspect ratio: Widescreen

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 8th August 2011

Cat No: OPTD2106

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