Island At War DVD

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Philip Glenister, Saksia Reeves, James Wilby, Clare Holman and Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt feature among an outstanding cast in this exceptional six-part drama set in the Channel Islands during World War II. Written by Stephen Mallatratt best known for his iconic staging of Susan Hill's The Woman in Black Island at War is set on the fictional St. Gregory but based on real events from the 1940s, and explores the moral conflict and hardship that became part of everyday life for the Islanders under occupation. The German invasion begins brutally with a bombing... raid that kills many islanders before troops move in to occupy the towns and villages. Determined to maintain control, Oberst Baron von Rheingarten makes it clear to the islanders that all freedoms are restricted; a curfew is imposed, transport is limited to cycling, homes are requisitioned and Jews are forced to attempt to escape or conceal their identity. The islanders struggle to decipher right and wrong in this strange situation where both friend and foe must live side by side at times, quite literally... [show more]

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Released
04 April 2016
Directors
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Format
DVD 
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Runtime
409 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5027626451745 
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All six episodes of the ITV mini-series starring James Wilby and Clare Holman, showing how life on the Channel Islands changed overnight after the German invasion during World War II. The series focuses on three families, the Dorrs, the Jonases and the Mahys, as they struggle to live under the restrictive new regime.