Seamlessly interweaving archival war footage and a fictional narrative Stuart Cooper's immersive account of one 20-year-old's journey from basic training to the battle front lines at D-day brings all the terrors and isolation of war to its viewers with jolting authenticity. Overlord impressionistically shot by Stanley Kubrick's longtime cinematographer John Alcott is both a document of WWII and a dreamlike meditation on man's smallness in a large incomprehensible machine.
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Stuart Cooper directs this story of an eighteen-year old boy who is called up into service in early 1944 and subsequently killed in the D-Day landings. Interspersed with actual news footage, this war drama stars Brian Stirner, Nicholas Ball, Davyd Harries and Julie Neesam.
Shot in 1975, OVERLORD is a little-seen drama about a soldier going off to fight in World War II. Director Stuart Cooper utilizes real footage from the battle itself to add a strong dose of realism to the movie.