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Michael Cole over 2 years ago
Well made, but still just another sub movie
Marcel over 4 years ago
Thrilling every time! One of the best U-boat movies!
Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea 5 years ago
La batalla del atlantico
Joshua Lee 1 month ago
Don Lathrop 4 months ago
Kathryn Bounds over 1 year ago
Randy Dumont 4 years ago
Victoria Roe 5 years ago
Amanda Allen over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff almost 6 years ago
Ronan Conway almost 6 years ago
Mike Faulkner 6 years ago
Becky over 6 years ago
Nathan T. 7 years ago
Bobby Love 7 years ago
U-571 is a 2000 film directed by Jonathan Mostow, and starring Matthew McConaughey, Bill Paxton, Harvey Keitel, Thomas Kretschmann, Jon Bon Jovi, Jack Noseworthy, Will Estes, and Tom Guiry. In the film, a World War II German submarine is boarded in 1942 by disguised United States Navy submariners, seeking to capture her Enigma cipher machine. The film was financially successful and generally well received by critics in the USA and won an Academy Award. The real U-571 was never involved in any such events, was not captured, and was in fact sunk in January 1944, off Ireland, by a Short Sunderland flying boat from No. 461 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force. The real U-570 was captured almost intact by the Royal Navy in 1941, although not before her crew had destroyed almost all the secret materials on board. U-571 was filmed in the Mediterranean Sea, near Rome and Malta. The film begins with a summary on how the Allies are struggling to stop U-boats from sinking their freighters. The...
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