Cross of Honour

CROSS OF HONOUR

Review: Norway, the start of World War II, one British and one German are shot down in a remote and isolated region. The only way they are able to survive is by placing the rules of war aside and to find shelter in the same cabin.
Director: Petter Naess
Actors: Florian Lukas, David Kross, Lachlan Nieboer, Stig Henrik Hoff, Rupert Grint and Sondre Krogtoft Larsen
Year: 2012
Genre: Action, Adventure, Art House, Biography, Drama and International
Conclusion: 2/5
Also known as Into the White. Based on a true story. The only good thing about this film is that it is nicely produced. The script could have been improved on. It was a very slow moving film and the length of time was a bit too long. There wasn’t much direction or thought gone into it. It is a film that the production team didn’t spend much money on. I found it to be a bit too predictable and rather on the bland side of things. This is Rupert Grint’s first film since the Harry Potter franchise. It is the sort of film that would be better as a mini-T.V. series than a feature length film. 

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