Went the Day Well?

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Released 1942

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Went the Day Well?

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Director:
Keely Christian
Released:
1942
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Went the Day Well is a 1942 British war film that was produced by the famous Ealing Studio. Made during World War II, it is unofficial propaganda film. The film starts with an old man in a church yard who speaks directly to the camera, telling the story of what had once happened in the village. The film flashes back to a group English soldiers arriving in the village of Bramley End. They are initially welcomed warmly by the local villagers but suspicions rise and the village begins to suspect the soldiers may not be who they are saying they are. The village finds out the soldiers are actually German soldiers planning to invade England and so the Germans round up the residents, keeping them prisoners inside the church. The villagers escape to warn their local home guide, but are betrayed by the village squire, a secret German collaborator. A young boy escapes, alerting the army. Soldiers arrive and battle the Germans. The English win.moreless
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