'Yes, that's the only bit of England they got!'
WENT THE DAY WELL? (1942)
Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti.
Photographed by Wilkie Cooper.
Based on a story by Graham Greene.
Made as a British propagandafilm in 1942.
Cast: Leslie Banks, Mervyn Johns, Marie Lohr, Muriel George, Valerie Taylor, Thora Hird and Harry Fowler, in another of his roles as a brave young boy.
What a TERRIFIC film this is!
Not the least patronizing or preachy.
The Nazis take hold of an English village to prepare for the coming invasion. The villagers are held prisoners but slowly starts to fight back.
The film is frightful, suspenseful and superbly believable.
Rewatchable for sure.